You’ve duplicated the contents of a floppy drive using the sector-by-sector DISKCOPY utility. What program can you use to verify that the duplicated content matches the original disk content?
The answer: B) DISKCOMP
The DISKCOMP utility compares the contents of two separate drives, thereby verifying that a copy matches the original.
The incorrect answers:
The CHKDSK program is used to check a drive for logical and physical errors.
The XCOPY utility is a copy program that includes functionality to copy multiple files and directories at a time.
COMPDISK is the incorrect spelling of DISKCOMP, and doesn’t exist on your computer.
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