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How can you reformat a drive from FAT32 to NTFS without losing the existing data?
Use the convert command at a command prompt
Whcih of the following is true about a primary partitions?
The active partition must be a primary partition
You have a computer running Windows 7 Home Premium and need to access the contents of a flash drive. The flash drive has been formatted with the exFAT file system. You want to read the flash drive on your computer as quickly as possible with the least amount of effort. What should you do?
Do nothing. Windows 7 can natively access exFAT file systems.
You want to combine storage space from two different hard disks into a single logical storage unit on your Windows computer. What should you do?
Use dynamic disks and a spanned volume
Which of the following is a characteristic of extended partitions?
They are subdivided into logical drives.
You’re formatting a newly-installed hard disk with Disk Management and are at the point where you need to select the type of file system to be used. Which of the following scenarios would require selecting the FAT32 file system?
You need the disk to be backwards-compatible with older versions of Windows
You remove a hard disk from a Windows 7 system and put it in another system that is running Windows 98. You are unable to read the disk. What is most likely the problem?
Windows 98 doesn’t support NTFS.
You have a computer running Windows 7. You need to format a 64 GB flash drive as a single volume. You want the drive to support quick removal, and minimize memory and processor use when reading and writing to the drive. Which file system should you choose?
Where is Disk Management located within Windows?
Computer Management
Under what conditions should you choose exFAT over FAT32 or NTFS? (Select 2)
When creating a volume over 32 GB in size
When formatting removable flash devices.
Which disk types does Windows support? (Select 2)
If you want to boot from a hard drive, what must it have?
Active partition
Which of the following is an advantage of the exFAT file system over NTFS?
Lower memory and processor resource use
You have added two new hard disks to a Windows computer. The disks are configured as basic disks. Which of the following could be configured on these disks? (Select 2)
Extended partitions with logical drives
Primary partitions
Which tool would you use to create and delete partitions on hard drives?
Disk Management
You have a hard disk that has a single primary partition and has been assigned D: as the drive letter. Which tool would you use to configure the drive to use the FAT32 file system?
You have an extra disk on your system that has three primary partitions and an extended partition with two logical drives. You want to convert the partitions to simple volumes, preferably without loosing any data. What should you do?
Upgrade the disk to a dynamic disk
You have physically installed a new hard disk drive in your computer, configured the disk in the BIOS using the CMOS setup program, and partitioned the disk. You try to access the hard disk drive in Widows Explorer, but get an error message. Which utility will you most likely use to solve the problem?
Which partition type identifies the partition as one that holds the book loader program used to start the operating system?
What is required to control access to the file system using file and folder permissions on a Windows-based computer?
NTFS-formatted partition
You have a computer where a removable disk drive has been formatted with NTFS. You want the drive to use FAT32 to be compatible with more OS’s. The drive is currently configured using drive letter D:. What should you do?
Back up the data on the D: drive. Reformat the D: drive using FAT32. Restore the data.