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1

Which of the following is known as the System Stop error?

A. BSoD
B. SFC
C. CHKDSK
D. Trojan horse

A. BSoD

The BSoD, or a System Stop error is identified by a ten digit hexadecimal number. It occurs when a computer detects a bad device driver, bad memory, damaged registry or usage of incompatible versions of DLLs, from which the computer cannot recover. This error generally occurs during the Windows XP installation process when the text mode phase of the setup finishes and the GUI mode phase begins.

2

What does the CHKDSK do?

The CHKDSK command verifies the integrity of the hard disk installed on a computer.

3

What is the meaning of "parity error?"

Parity error indicates a problem with data stored in the memory. Parity is a basic check of information integrity. Each byte (eight bits) of RAM storage actually takes nine bits of information. Eight bits are used for the data and the last bit, the "parity bit," is used to store the parity of the data. The processor is in charge of checking the accuracy of tye parity bit. A parity error can be caused by different circumstances, but it is almost always a hardware problem.

4

Why does "Parity" error occur?

Parity error occurs due to faulty memory. The most foolproof`way to resolve this problem is to swap out each piece of memory, until the problem disappears.