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Thread: CompTIA A+ Depot Technician Quiz #29

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    Default CompTIA A+ Depot Technician Quiz #29

    You just purchased a new laptop with a 2.4 gigahertz (GHz) processor, 1024 megabytes (MB) of Random Access Memory (RAM), and a 128MB integrated video card. When you boot Windows XP and look at the General tab of the System properties window, how much RAM will be listed under the Computer heading? Choose the best option(s) from those listed below.

    a) 1024MB
    b) 128MB
    c) 896MB
    d) 1152MB
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    896 Am i a winner today?

    Or is it 1024 o.o Internal video card should have its own dedicated memory.

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    I'm going with C. I've NEVER seen a computer that reports the full memory size before...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Skele Drew View Post
    I'm going with C. I've NEVER seen a computer that reports the full memory size before...
    eeehhhmmm mine does..........
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    Quote Originally Posted by Skele Drew View Post
    I'm going with C. I've NEVER seen a computer that reports the full memory size before...
    Lol my old mobo read 2gbs Bus speeds and everything was good . It read 2gb

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    Some newer computers may have their own memory, but the requirements are from the time the questions were set.

    Laptop and desktop computers with integrated video cards share the system's memory between the system and video card. This video memory sharing causes the system to report less memory (total-shared=reported) than is physically installed. In this case, the onboard video card is sharing 128MB of the system's physical memory. The amount of shared memory used by the video can usually be set in the system's Basic Input/Output System (BIOS).

    Correct Option(s):

    c) 896MB

    Incorrect Option(s):

    a) 1024MB - Integrated video cards cause the amount of reported memory to be equal to the physical memory minus the amount of memory being used by the video card.
    b) 128MB - Integrated video cards cause the amount of reported memory to be equal to the physical memory minus the amount of memory being used by the video card.
    d) 1152MB - Integrated video cards cause the amount of reported memory to be equal to the physical memory minus the amount of memory being used by the video card.
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