Configuring, troubleshooting post-installation

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These questions are based on 70-620 – TS: Configuring Microsoft Windows Vista Client Microsoft Self-Test Software Practice Test.

 

Objective: Configuring and troubleshooting post-installation system settings
SubObjective: Troubleshoot post-installation configuration issues

 

Single Answer, Multiple Choice

 

You want to send pictures from your digital camera to a computer that has Windows Vista Ultimate Edition installed. You are unable to receive pictures from your digital camera on your computer. The digital camera has infrared capabilities, and your computer has infrared port.

 

What might be the possible reason?

 

 

  1. You cannot use an infrared connection to send pictures.
  2. Infrared is disabled in your computer.
  3. You have set up one-way sync for digital camera.
  4. You have set up two-way sync for digital camera.

 

Answer:
B. Infrared is disabled in your computer.

 

Tutorial:
You might be unable to receive pictures from the digital camera to your computer if infrared is disabled in your computer. You can check the status of the infrared device and also enable or disable the infrared device from the device manager. To enable the infrared device, you should double-click Infrared devices, select the infrared device you want to enable and right-click the device and then click Enable. You can also disable the infrared device by repeating these steps and selecting Disable. Additionally, you can enable or disable Bluetooth devices in device manager by repeating these steps on Bluetooth devices.

 

The steps to install and synch a device (either infrared or Bluetooth) are:

 

 

  • Enable the device in Device Manager (until you do this, it will not appear in Synch Center as available).
  • In Synch Center, select the device from the list of available devices for synch partnerships.
  • Choose either Bluetooth or infrared and choose Set Up.

 

The option stating that you cannot use an infrared connection to send pictures is incorrect — you can use an infrared connection to send picture from one device to another. For example, you can send pictures from your computer to a handheld device, or if your digital camera has infrared capabilities, you can send pictures from the camera to your computer.

 

Setting up a one-way sync with the digital camera is not causing the problem with your computer’s infrared capability. When you set up one-way sync for your digital camera, you can copy your files from the digital camera to your computer, but you cannot copy the files from your computer to the digital camera.

 

Setting up a two-way sync with the digital camera is not causing the problem with your computer’s infrared capability. In a two-way sync, Sync Center copies files in both directions, keeping the two locations in sync with each other. When you set up two-way sync for your digital camera, you can copy your files from the digital camera to your computer and vice versa.

 

Reference:
Windows Vista Help and Support, Enable an infrared connection, http://windowshelp.microsoft.com/Windows/en-US/Help/53768bdd-bc1d-4bf5-973d-8a1206b88cf31033.mspx

Windows Vista Help and Support, Using Synch Center http://windowshelp.microsoft.com/Windows/en-US/Help/1074e034-1bcf-4dfb-93c3-46ec7df97d371033.mspx

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