You need to repair your Windows XP installation from the Windows installation program. What system disk is required to complete the repair?
A) Automated System Recovery disk
B) Windows Extras disk
C) Windows Backup and Restore disk
D) MS-DOS boot disk
E) Sam, make it a double.
The answer: A) Automated System Recovery disk
The Automated System Recovery disk contains critical system configuration information, but it doesn’t hold any user data. Since the recovery process performs some extreme configuration changes, it should probably be used as a last-ditch recovery effort.
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