Am studying for my CompTia Linux+ certs and doing a practice test. Do ANY of these options make sense to you?
After having worked for serveral months, a PC fails to boot and indicates that the HDD has bad sectors. Which is the first action to take?
1.) Reboot the system to remove the message
2.) Run the manufacturers Diagnostic Utility
3.) Replace the defective HDD and reload the system
4.) Run Scandisk and Defrag to repai9r the damaged sectors
I'm like, uh, reboot with a boot CD of some kind and run fsck on the drives in question?
They say answer #2
I say bullshit. I've YET to run into a manufacturer's diagnostic utility that wasn't designed to run under windows. This is a linux+ test and these tests are suppose to be about linux systems no?
Thought I'd put it up here to see if it made sense to anyone here.