Install, configure and troubleshoot devices

Questions derived from the 70-623 – PRO: Microsoft Desktop Support – CONSUMER Microsoft Self-Test Software Practice Test.


Objective: Install, configure and troubleshoot devices
SubObjective: Install, configure and troubleshoot mobile devices


Item Number: 70-623.5.2.2
Single Answer, Multiple Choice


You are using Windows Media Player to sync music files on your Windows Vista computer with a personal digital assistant (PDA). Your file conversion options are set to the Windows Vista default settings. You want to reduce the amount of time required to copy music files from the Windows Vista computer to the PDA.


How can you do this?



  1. Click the Sync tab on Windows Media Player, select More Options, select the PDA device, click the Properties button and move the slider to select the amount of space to reserve for other files in the Sync tab.
  2. Click the Sync tab on Windows Media Player, select More Options, click the Advanced button and select the Allow audio files to convert in the background check box.
  3. Click the Sync tab on Windows Media Player, select More Options, click the Advanced button and select the Allow video files to convert in the background check box.
  4. Click the Sync tab on Windows Media Player, select More Options, click the Advanced button and deselect the Allow video files to convert in the background check box.

Answer:
B. Click the Sync tab on Windows Media Player, select More Options, click the Advanced button and select the Allow audio files to convert in the background check box.


Tutorial:
You should click the Sync tab on Windows Media Player, select More Options, click the Advanced button and select the Allow audio files to convert in the background check box. This option will reduce the amount of time required to copy music files from the Windows Vista computer to the PDA. Enabling this option will let the files that require conversion convert in the background on the Windows Vista computer before they sync with the PDA. This will reduce the time it takes to sync.


You should not click the Sync tab on Windows Media Player, select More Options, select the PDA device, click the Properties button and move the slider to select the amount of space to reserve for other files in the Sync tab. This option will not reduce the time required to sync files with the PDA. This option will instead prevent Windows Media Player from filling up the PDA entirely.


You should not click the Sync tab on Windows Media Player, select More Options, click the Advanced button and select the Allow video files to convert in the background check box. The scenario states that the file conversion options on the Windows Vista computer are set to default, which implies the background conversion option for video files is already turned on. You should enable background conversion for audio files instead.


You should not click the Sync tab on Windows Media Player, select More Options, click the Advanced button and deselect the Allow video files to convert in the background check box. This option will turn off the background conversion of video files, increasing the time required to sync music files in video format. You should avoid this option and instead turn on background conversion for audio files to reduce the time required to sync music files to the PDA.


Reference:
Windows Help and How-to > Converting files before sync in Windows Media Player: frequently asked questions

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