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1

How many pins are on the latest version of SODIMMs mentioned in this chapter?

A. 256
B. 204
C. 200
D. 144

B. 204

2

What is the name for system memory used by the video adapter and, therefore, unavailable to the operating system?

A.. VRAM memory
B. SODIMM memory
C. Share video memory
D. SRAM memory

C. Share video memory

3

What built-in component allows laptop use for short periods (hours) without an outside power source?

A. Keyboard
B. Touchpad
C. Point stick
D. Battery

D. Battery

4

A replacement motherboard must match the form factor of the one being replaced and which of the following?

A. Weight
B. Manufacturer
C. Serial number
D. Electrical connections

D. Electrical connections

5

CPUs for laptops have special power-saving and heat-reducing features, and some have support for which of the following?

A. Wi-Fi
B. Video
C. Audio
D. Ethernet

A. Wi-Fi

6

Which of the following is a laptop component used to convert the DC power from the power adapter or battery to the AC power required by the LCD display?

A. Inverter
B. Converter
C. Power switch
D. Generator

A. Inverter

7

What is the most common laptop memory module?

A. SORIMM
B. MicroDIMM
C. SODIMM
D. DIMM

C. SODIMM

8

Which is a common size for a laptop hard drive?

A. 2.5"
B. 5"
C. 3.5"
D. 1"

A. 2.5"

9

Which of the following allows you to attach nearly any type of desktop component to a laptop?

A. Port replicator
B. Enhanced port replicator
C. Extended port replicator
D. Docking Station

D. Docking Station

10

Select the two names for a compartment in some laptops that can hold a media device: (secondary hard drive, optical drive, floppy drive, etc.) that you can swap with another device.

A. Slot
B. Media Bay
C. USB port
D. Accessory bay

B. Media Bay
D. Accessory bay

11

Which of the following is a high-speed serial interface standard that supports PCIe as well as USB 3.0 with transfer rates of up to 5Gbps?

A. PC card
B. CardBus
C. ExpressCard
D. ExpressCard 2.0

D. ExpressCard 2.0

PC Card and CardBus are parallel interfaces, and ExpressCard allows speed up to 460Mbps

12

What two card standards come in types labeled Type I, Type II, and Type III?

A. PC Card
B. CardBus
C. ExpressCard
D. Mini PCIe

A. PC Card
B. CardBus

13

Which two wireless communications standards are used between a laptop and nearby devices taht are within one meter of the computer? (Select two)

A. Cellular
B. Wi-Fi
C. Bluetooth
D. Infrared

C. Bluetooth
D. Infrared

14

What is a battery type commonly used in recently built laptops?

A. Lithium Ion
B. AC adapter
C. DC controller
D. Nickel metal hydride

A. Lithium Ion

15

The group of keys, usually in a separate area of a desktop keyboard, is often integrated into the main group of alphanumeric keys on a laptop keyboard.

A. Function keys
B. Directional arrow keys
C. Numeric keys
D. Numeric keypad

D. Numeric keypad

16

What are two types of built-in pointing devices often found on laptops?

A. Trackball
B. Pointing stick
C. Keyboard
D. Touchpad

B. Pointing stick
D. Touchpad

17

What Windows utility can you use to configure low battery options for a laptop?

A. Power Options
B. System Properties
C. Battery Options
D. BIOS setup

A. Power Options

18

Which of the following is the acronym for a standard for incrementally reducing power to individual PCIe serial links?

A. ACPI
B. ASPM
C. APM
D. SMM

B. ASPM Active State Power Management

19

What is the name for the power-saving mode supported by Windows Vista, Windows 7, and Windows 8 whereby the contents of memory are saved into RAM as well as to disk?

A. Hybrid Boot
B. Suspend
C. Hybrid Sleep
D. Fast Start

C. Hybrid Sleep

20

What Windows utility allows you to turn on the option to require a password on wakeup?

A. Inverter
B. Display Mode
C. Power Options
D. Soft power

C. Power Options