REAL QUESTIONS SUBMIT MATERIAL ADVERTISE
Braindumps

Microsoft

Cisco

Citrix

CIW

CompTia

CWNA

Apple

Adobe

HP

Legato

Exin

Filemaker

Brocade

Ericsson

TIA

Veritas

ISEB

SCP

IISFA

ISM

OMG

Apc

Mile2

Foundry

Huawei

McData

Symantec

TeraData

RedHat

Solar Winds

Blue Coat

Riverbed

 

 
 
Click on name of dumper to view the dump
 

Evelyn

Garrett

Antonio

 
 

 

Braindumps of 220-602
CompTIA A+ IT Technician

Exam Questions, Answers, Braindumps (220-602)

I have questions for you but I have only one suggestion for you ------ No need for anything just go for examcheats.net study material.

Q__1
When accessing data, ______ has the fastest throughput.
A. a flash drive
B. RAM
C. a hard disk drive
D. a CD-ROM
A__B

Q__2
You need to implement fault tolerance for the disk subsystem on a Abc .com computer. Which of the following could you implement? (Select TWO.)
A. RAID 0
B. RAID 1
C. RAID 2
D. RAID 3
E. RAID 5
A__B, E

Q__3
Which of the following determines the master or slave in a system that supports two IDE devices?
A. twist in the cable.
B. Which device was installed first.
C. The jumper settings.
D. The BIOS.
A__C
Explanation:
You implement the master/slave setting by jumpering a set of pins.
Incorrect Answers:
A: Determines the drive letter for Floppy drives.
B: When you install a second drive, you have to configure it so that the controller on one drive is active and the other drives use the controller on this drive for their instructions.
D: the BIOS come into play only after configuring the devices as master/slave.
Reference:
David Groth and Dan Newland, A+ Complete Study Guide (2nd Edition), Sybex, Alameda, CA, 2001, pp. 170, 174, 175, and 176.

Q__4
Which of the following is the number of IDE devices that your system supports if it is employing ATA-2 technology or higher?
A. 1
B. 4
C. 2
D. 3
A__B
Explanation:
Most computer systems currently use ATA-2 technologies or above, which means that they can support four IDE drives.
Incorrect Answers:
A, C, D: ATA-2 and higher technology is capable of supporting four IDE devices and not 1, 2 or 3.
Reference:
David Groth and Dan Newland, A+ Complete Study Guide (2nd Edition), Sybex, Alameda, CA, 2001, pp. 174.

Q__5
A Abc .com technician has just installed a second new IDE hard drive in a computer system. However, the system does not recognize the new hard drive. Which of the following is the FIRST thing the technician should check?
A. The BIOS.
B. The cabling.
C. The jumper settings.
D. The drive.
A__C
Explanation:
Jumper settings are the first thing to check when a new drive isn't being recognized. Make sure you've opened up access to the new drive by changing the first drive's jumper switches.
Incorrect Answers:
A: The BIOS settings check is not the first place to check in the event of a new drive not being recognized.
B: When experiencing this king of problem, checking the cabling is normally the second area to check after checking the jumper settings.
D: This is a new drive that is check so it will not make sense to check the drive first, but rather check the jumper settings first.
Reference:
James G. Jones and Craig Landes, A+ Exam Cram 2 (2nd Edition), QUE Publishing, Indianapolis, 2003, p. 803.

Q__6
Which of the following gives the proper sequence for installing master and slave IDE drives?
A. Mount the drive in the carrier, connect the cable to the drive, install the drive in the computer, and configure the drive
B. Mount the drives in the carrier, connect the 40-pin cable to the drives, set the drive at the end of the cable to master, set the drive in the middle of the cable to slave, install the drives in the computer, and configure the drives.
C. Mount the drive in the carrier, connect the master drive after the twist in the cable, connect the slave drive before the twist in the cable, install the drives in the computer, and configure the drives.
D. None of the above.
A__B
Explanation:
The basic steps for installing IDE Drives are: Mount the drive in the carrier, connect the cable to the drives, set the drive at the end of the cable to master, set the drive in the middle of the cable to slave, install the drives in the computer, and configure the drives.
Incorrect Answers:
A: The sequence is plausible except that it does not make provision for the installation of master and slave drives.
C: The sequence is not correct since you need to first mount the drives in the carrier, then connect the cable to the drives and not as suggested by this option.
D: This is irrelevant. You got to have a basic sequence to install drives.
Reference:
David Groth and Dan Newland, A+ Complete Study Guide (2nd Edition), Sybex, Alameda, CA, 2001, pp. 173 & 174.

Q__7
You are the Abc .com trainee technician currently installing 6 IDE devices in a computer. Which of the following is the minimum amount of IDE channels needed to accomplish this objective?
A. 1
B. 6
C. 4
D. 3
A__D
Explanation:
Each IDE channel can support two IDE devices. Thus if you are installing 6 IDE devices you need 3 IDE channels.
Incorrect Answers:
A: 1 IDE channel is inadequate if you want to install 6 IDE devices.
B: 6 Channels would be too many since each channel is able to support two IDE devices.
C: 4 Channels would be too many since each IDE channel can support two IDE devices.
Reference:
James G. Jones and Craig Landes, A+ Exam Cram 2 (2nd Edition), QUE Publishing, Indianapolis, 2003, p. 321.

Q__8
Which of the following components on the motherboard usually house the IDE connectors?
A. PCI bus.
B. North Bridge.
C. ISA bus.
D. South Bridge.
A__D
Explanation:
The South Bridge is generally used for slower devices such as USB ports, IDE drives, and ISA slots.
Incorrect Answers:
A: The PCI bus is a sort of bridge between the processor and ISA bus.
B: The North Bridge is generally used for high-speed interface cards, such as video accelerators, Synchronous RAM (SRAM), and memory.
C: The ISA bus does not house the IDE connectors.
Reference:
James G. Jones and Craig Landes, A+ Exam Cram 2 (2nd Edition), QUE Publishing, Indianapolis, 2003, p. 80.

Q__9
What is the minimum number of hard drives required for RAID level 0?
A. 1
B. 2
C. 3
D. 4
A__B
Explanation:
RAID Level 0 (RAID 0) is not a fault-tolerance configuration. It is a striping process in which 64KB block data are in striped sets across two or more hard disks.
Incorrect Answers:
A: A minimum of two hard drives are required for RAID-0.
C, D: RAID 0 configuration can include 3 or 4 hard drives but it requires a minimum of two hard disks.
Reference:
James G. Jones and Craig Landes, A+ Exam Cram 2 (2nd Edition), QUE Publishing, Indianapolis, 2003, p. 731.

Q__10
Of the following options, which one is the only RAID level that uses disk mirroring?
A. RAID-0
B. RAID-5
C. RAID-3
D. RAID-1
A__D
Explanation:
RAID 1 is the most common form of RAID at the moment and is often used in disk mirroring and disk duplexing.
Incorrect Answers:
A: RAID Level 0 (RAID 0) is the no-fault-tolerance process of using 64KB block storage areas in a striped set.
B: RAID-5 is a fault-tolerant volume with data and parity striped intermittently across three or more physical disks.
C: RAID 3 is disk striping with parity, with data being moved at the bit level rather than the block level.
Reference:
James G. Jones and Craig Landes, A+ Exam Cram 2 (2nd Edition), QUE Publishing, Indianapolis, 2003, pp. 731 and 732.

Q__11
Which of the following is the SCSI ID number generally recommended for the CD-ROM?
A. ID 0.
B. ID 5.
C. ID 2.
D. ID 3.
A__D
Explanation:
Every other device can be set to any number as long as it's not in use. It is a recommended practice in IT community to set the SCSI ID number for CD-ROM drives to 3.
Incorrect Answers:
A: Setting the bootable (or first) hard disk to ID 0 is the accepted IT community recommendation.
B: ID 3 would be the better choice to assign to the CD-ROM drive.
C: ID 2 is usually set aside for the Floppy drive.
Reference:
David Groth and Dan Newland, A+ Complete Study Guide (2nd Edition), Sybex, Alameda, CA, 2001, p. 183.

Q__12
What is the maximum data transfer rate that USB 2.0 offers?
A. 512 Mbps
B. 480 Mbps
C. 100 Mbps
D. 128 Mbps
A__B

Q__13
A Abc .com computer has two physical hard drives that are assigned the drive letters C and D. The C drive is configured with NTFS and the D drive is configured with FAT32. Which of the following statements would be TRUE for this computer? (Select TWO.)
A. The cluster size on the C drive is smaller and storage is more efficient.
B. The C is larger as storage is more efficient on a NTFS drive.
C. Files on the D drive cannot be secured.
D. Larger logical drives can be made on the D drive.
A__A, C

220-602


 

 

Braindumps Real exam questions and verified answers - 100% passing guarantee - cheap prices.

 

Free brain dumps Braindumps, notes, books for free

 

Braindumps and Exams - Instant download real exam questions - Passing guarantee.

Follow us on FaceBook
Braindumps on Facebook
 
 
 
 
 

CheckPoint

Linux

Novell

DB/2

Network Appliance

EC-Council

Nortel

McAfee

Juniper

ISACA

PMI

Sybase

EMC

HDI

SNIA

ISC

Sair

IBM

Lotus

Exam Express

3COM

BICSI

DeLL

Enterasys

Extreme Networks

Guidance Software

Computer Associates

Network General

SAS Institute

Alcatel Lucent

SeeBeyond

TruSecure

Polycom

Hyperion

Hitachi

Nokia

Fortinet

Vmware

Fujitsu

Tibco

Intel

PostgreSQLCE

BusinessObjects

RESSoftware

BlackBerry

AccessData

ICDL

Isilon

SAP

The Open Group

ACSM

Altiris

Avaya

Cognos

F5

Genesys

SDI

ACI

ASQ

Google

H3C

HIPAA

HRCI

SOA

IIBA

Zend