Which of these utilities is commonly used when performing image-based Windows installations?
You are installing Windows XP Professional in an older PC, but you’re not sure the system specifications will support the minimum XP requirements. The computer has a 233 MHz processor, 64 MB of RAM, 1 GB of free disk space, and an SVGA video display. Which one of these specifications does not meet the minimum requirements for Windows XP Professional?
You have a training room full of identical computers running Windows XP, but the training room coordinator would like to change all of the systems to run a clean version of Windows 7. Each computer must also include the installation of four important training applications. Which of these installation methods would be the most efficient way to complete this task?
After starting your computer this morning, you find that Deathwing has destroyed your hard drive while you slept. You now need to rebuild your computer from backup, but first you have to install a new drive. Which of these processes should you follow to properly rebuild the file system on your new hard drive?
If you’re going to deploy an image to many machines, then you want to be sure your reference image is configured and prepared perfectly. In this video, you’ll learn how to automate the Windows 7 installation process with an AutoUnattend.xml and how to prepare the image for the end user with Sysprep.
You are installing a new application, but the installation process fails with a cryptic message: “Failed to copy file.” You’ve confirmed that you have enough disk space and you are installing the application with elevated permissions. Which of these would be the most likely cause of this issue?
Can your PC run Windows 7? How difficult is it to install Windows 7? In this video, you’ll learn how to check your computer with the Microsoft Windows Upgrade Advisor and the MAP Toolkit. You’ll also watch as we perform a complete installation of Windows 7 from beginning to end.
Windows 7 is one of the newest operating systems on the market, and it’s important to know the details prior to performing an installation. In this video, you’ll learn about the different Windows 7 editions, the Windows 7 hardware requirements, and the upgrade and installation paths to consider with Windows 7.
Troubleshooting a faulty device driver can quickly become a lesson in frustration. In this video, you’ll learn how to use Windows Device Manager to install device driver, uninstall device drivers, and manage the operation of your devices.
What is a good best practice to use when installing Windows-based applications?