You perform an in-place upgrade on a Microsoft Windows XP Service Pack 2 (SP2) computer to
After the upgrade, you attempt to run a custom application. You receive the following error message: "This application is only designed to run on Windows XP or later."
You need to run the application on Windows Vista. What should you do?
A. Modify the application properties to run in 256 colors.
B. Configure the application to run with elevated privileges.
C. Connect to Microsoft Updates and download any available updates.
D. Modify the application properties to run in Windows XP SP2 compatibility mode.
You install Microsoft Windows Vista on a new computer that is not connected to the Internet.
After you log on, you receive a warning message about an unknown device.
You need to prevent the display of the warning message until you download an available hardware driver. What are the two possible ways to achieve this goal? (Each correct answer presents a complete solution. Choose two.)
A. Disable the device.
B. Uninstall the device.
C. Select the Ask me again later option from the warning message details.
D. Select the Don’t show this message again for this device option from the warning message details.
You have a computer that runs Windows Vista.
You upgrade the network adapter driver on the computer.
After the upgrade, you can no longer access network resources. You open Device Manager and see a warning symbol next to the network adapter.
You need to restore access to network resources. What should you do?
A. Roll back the network adapter driver.
B. Assign a static IP address to the network adapter.
C. Disable the network adapter and scan for hardware changes.
D. Uninstall the network adapter and scan for hardware changes.
You install Windows Vista on a new computer by using the retail installation media.
You install a new hardware device. You are not prompted for any drivers and the installation completes successfully.
You discover that an updated driver is available for the hardware device. You need to install the updated driver.
A. In Control Panel, run the Add Hardware wizard.
B. From System Properties, disable Data Execution Prevention (DEP) and then restart.
C. In Device Manager, right-click on the hardware device and select Update Driver Software.
D. In Device Manager, right-click on the hardware device and select Scan for hardware changes.
Your computer fails to produce any audio output. The Device Manager management console is as
shown in the following exhibit. (Click the Exhibit button.)
You need to receive audio output from your computer. What should you do?
A. Enable the audio hardware.
B. Initiate a Microsoft Windows Update scan.
C. Update the driver for the audio hardware.
D. Download and run the latest installation program for the audio hardware from the manufacturer.
You install Windows Vista on a computer that has two monitors connected to it.
When you log on to the computer, the screens on both monitors display the same applications.
You need to display a word processing application on one monitor and an e-mail application on the other monitor.
What should you do?
A. In the Windows Mobility Center, select Connect Display.
B. In Device Manager, modify the properties of the display adapters.
C. In the Ease of Access Center, select Make the computer easier to see.
D. In the Windows Mobility Center, select turn on in the Presentation Settings dialog box.
You install Windows Vista on a new computer. You update the video card driver and restart the
When you start the computer, the screen flickers and then goes blank. You restart the computer and receive the same result.
You need to configure the video card driver. What should you do first?
A. Restart the computer in safe mode.
B. Restart the computer in debugging mode.
C. Restart the computer in low-resolution video mode.
D. Insert the Windows Vista installation media into the computer, restart, and use System Recovery to perform a startup repair.
You run Windows Vista Upgrade Advisor on a computer without receiving any errors. You perform a
clean installation of Windows Vista on the computer.
You play an audio file but do not hear any sound. In Device Manager, you confirm that there are no errors or warnings. You also confirm that your computer speakers are properly connected and that the sound is not muted.
You need to ensure that you can hear the audio file. What should you do?
A. Run Windows Update and install all critical updates.
B. In the Mobility Center, modify the Presentation Settings.
C. Uninstall the audio device, restart the computer, and scan for new devices.
D. Download and install the latest signed device driver from the audio device manufacturer’s Web site.
You install Windows Vista on a computer for a user who is visually impaired.
You need to configure a High Contrast color scheme on the computer. What should you do?
A. Open the Control Panel and start Color Management.
B. Open the Control Panel and start Ease of Access Center.
C. Right-click the desktop, click Personalize, and click Theme.
D. Right-click the desktop, click Personalize, and click Display Settings.
Your computer runs Microsoft Windows XP Professional. The computer has the following hardware
- 12 MB of RAM
- -GHz processor
- 0-GB hard disk
- 5 GB of free space
- 4-MB video adapter.
You perform a clean install of Microsoft Windows Vista.
You need to ensure that Microsoft Windows Aero Experience is supported. What should you do?
A. Upgrade the memory to 1 GB of RAM.
B. Upgrade the hard disk to 120 GB with 40 GB of free space.
C. Install a video adapter that has 128 MB of RAM, support for Microsoft DirectX 9, and Microsoft Pixel Shader 2.0.
D. Install a video adapter that has 128 MB of RAM, support for Microsoft Scalable Link Interface (SLI) and Microsoft Pixel Shader 2.0.
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