Win210 quiz 12a - _C_ 31. You have just installed a new...

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__C__ 31. You have just installed a new network card in your Windows Server 2003 system. When you start the server, the system detects the new device and identifies that it is a network card, but it cannot identify the specific model. Which of the following are you likely to do? a. Install another network card because the original card is faulty. b. Remove the network card, physically reinstall it, and then reboot the system. c. Configure the manufacturer and model of the device manually. d. Free up some resources in the system by disabling another device. _A___ 32. You are the network administrator for a publishing company. The network comprises 3 Windows Server systems and 100 Windows XP Professional systems. You are upgrading your Internet connection from ISDN to DSL. As part of the upgrade process, you are going to remove an ISDN terminal adapter from one of the servers. The ISDN adapter is an older type that is not a PnP device. You uninstall the device in Device Manager but forget to physically remove the device from the system. What will happen when the system is restarted? a. The device’s icon in Device Manager will appear with an exclamation point. b.
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This note was uploaded on 11/08/2010 for the course COMPUTER WIN210 taught by Professor Naghamkubba during the Spring '10 term at Seneca.

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Win210 quiz 12a - _C_ 31. You have just installed a new...

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