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MCTS 70-620 Exam Cram: Microsoft Windows Vista, Configuring by Patrick Regan

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Chapter 16. Answers to Practice Exam 2

Question 1

Answer B is correct. For a system to be Windows Vista capable, it must have at least 512 MB of RAM. Therefore, more RAM should be added to the system. The minimum requirements for a Vista Capable computer is an 800-MHz processor, 512 MB RAM, an SVGA monitor, 20-GB hard drive with 15 GB free, and a CD drive. Therefore, Answers A, C, D, E, and F are incorrect.

Question 2

Answers B and C are correct because you can use an in-place upgrade for Windows ...

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