CompTIA Network+ Question C-77

A company that was previously running on a wired network is performing office-wide upgrades. A department with older desktop PC’s that do not have wireless capabilities must be migrated to the new network, ensuring that all computers are operating on a single network. Assuming CAT5e cables are available, which of the following network devices should a network technician use to connect all the devices to the wireless network?

A. Wireless bridge
B. VPN concentrator
C. Default WAP
D. Wireless router

Correct Answer: D

CompTIA A+ 220-902 Question H-71

A Windows desktop PC user states that they have sent several print jobs to their locally connected printer, yet none have printed. The printer has no error conditions on the control panel. Which of the following should the technician do FIRST in troubleshooting this problem?

A. Open the printer properties page and send a test print to it.
B. Clear the print queue of all documents and resend one to test the printer.
C. Power the printer off and on and send one test document to it.
D. Check if Use Printer Offline has been selected.

Correct Answer: D

CompTIA A+ 220-902 Question H-60

A Windows 7 desktop PC has crashed (i.e. BSOD) several times indicating a possible RAM problem. Which of the following is an OS built-in tool that can be used to test this problem?

A. Windows System Restore
B. Windows System File Checker
C. MSCONFIG
D. Windows Memory Diagnostic

CompTIA A+ 220-902 Question H-34

A service technician is installing a second hard drive on a desktop PC running Windows 7. The second hard drive is the same make and model of the first hard drive. The technician would like to provide data redundancy. Which of the following should the technician use to accomplish this?

A. Disk Management
B. Device Manager
C. System Configuration
D. Data Sources

Correct Answer: A

Explanation:
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/309000

CompTIA A+ 220-902 Question F-60

A user reports that they are unable to use their DVD-ROM drive in their Windows 7 desktop PC. Which of the following could be a possible cause to this problem?

A. Media Player is not installed
B. DVD drivers need to be updated
C. DVD drive is not set to boot in BIOS
D. SATA port is not on in BIOS

Correct Answer: D

CompTIA A+ 220-902 Question D-85

A user reports that the desktop PC shuts down 10 minutes after turning it on in the morning. When the technician moves the PC, it sounds like there are loose parts sliding around in the case. Which of the following is the MOST likely explanation for the PC shutting down?

A. The CMOS battery is bad.
B. A memory module has become unseated.
C. The heat sink retaining clip has broken loose.
D. The hard drive cable has become unseated.

CompTIA A+ 220-902 Question D-30

A technician replaced a video card on a desktop PC. The technician powers on the PC to install the device drivers. The PC boots up and goes through the POST, but the screen goes black when trying to boot the operating system. Which of the following steps should the technician perform NEXT to troubleshoot this issue?

A. Flash the BIOS
B. Reseat the video card
C. Boot the PC in safe mode
D. Replace the video card with a new one

Correct Answer: C

CompTIA A+ 220-902 Question C-70

While using an application on a Windows XP desktop PC, a BSOD appears. Which of the following should the technician select upon reboot to troubleshoot this issue?

A. Boot to safe mode
B. Boot to last known good configuration
C. Boot to another OS on a second partition
D. Boot normally

Correct Answer: A