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Flashcards in Windows Recovery Deck (5):
1

In which of the following situations would reverting to a system restore point being the best option?

– You recently installed a new application and now the system behaves erratically
– You need to restore several word processing files that were accidentally deleted from my documents
– You need to restore a window system after a hard drive failure
– You accidentally deleted several important emails from Outlook and need to restore them

You recently installed a new application and now the system behaves erratically

2

In which of the following situations when restoring from a backup be the best option? (select two)

– You recently installed a new driver and now the system behaves erratically
– You recently installed a new application and now the system behaves erratically
– You need to restore a window system after a hard drive failure
– You need to restore several word processing files that were accidentally deleted from my documents
– You accidentally deleted several important emails from Outlook and need to restore them

– You need to restore several word processing files that were accidentally deleted from my documents
– You accidentally deleted several important emails from Outlook and need to restore them

3

In which of the following situations would restoring from a system image be the best option?

– You need to restore a window system after a hard drive failure
– You need to restore several wordprocessing files that were actually deleted from my documents
– You accidentally deleted several important emails from Outlook and need to restore them
– You recently installed a new application and now the system behaves erratically

You need to restore a window system after a hard drive failure

4

What is a recovery partition?

– A partition created by the Windows system restore service to hold restore points
– A partition created by the computer manufacturer to restore system to its original state
– A partition created when you enter the windows recovery environment
– A partition created when you select startup repair in the recovery environment to hold a back of your Windows system

A partition created by the computer manufacturer to restore system to its original state

5

When you load a partition utility on a workstation running an OEM version of Windows 7, you notice that there is a hidden partition on the workstation hard drive. You decide to delete it to free up space on the hard drive. Should you do this?

– No, this is the system recovery partition
– No, this is your systems parallel installation partition
– Yes, you can safely delete this partition
– No, this is your system swap partition

No, this is the system recovery partition