In which of these situations would you NOT use MSCONFIG?
A) You need to troubleshoot programs that start during the boot process
B) You need to configure a drive partition
C) You need a central point to launch other tools, such as the registry editor.
D) You need to disable certain services from starting
E) You need a gift recommendation for a cousin’s birthday. A real gift, not like last year when the police were called (all charges were eventually dropped).
The answer: B) You need to configure a drive partition (and yes, E).
Although MSCONFIG can launch other applications (such as Computer Management), it cannot make any changes to your drive partitions.
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