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Any way to see what Q's I'm getting wrong? Any way to get a list of Q's to study? Really effing sick of getting 15/20 and having to be quizzed on quotes from famous people that have nothing to do with knowing how computers work.

Also, can't find answer to boot record being stored on sector 0 vs last sector, anyone mind educating me?

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hi

you can use google to "educate" you, the answers are really simple -_-

pls read this to understand why it needs to pass the Quiz


good luck

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Right - because questions such as "Which OS is the best choice for a 10 year old computer." Which is entirely subjective depending on objectives for things such as usage and distro - legal or not. Personally I would install Win XP Tiny Rev05 on a 10 year old computer hands down over Mac or Linux but I have a feeling the desired answer might be Linux. I don't really feel some of the questions are really all that fair.

Good question: How fast is the theoretical speed of USB 2.0
Bad Question:
Who said [enter quote]
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Which OS is best [finish statement]

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I got your point about the possibly subjective nature of some questions, and that should be confirmed and, if so, dealt with: be reassured we're always trying to perfect our security tools, inside our possibilities. About the "who said that" kind of questions, just keep another tab of your browser open and google for the answer: it's that simple.

All the best and good luck with the quizes. :)





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