• Students will learn how to: Run the Upgrade Advisor to verify system compatibility when upgrading Windows. A Essentials Objectives
  • Video/Demo Time
  • Number of Exam Questions 10 questions Total Time About 45 minutes Section 11.2: Installation Summary
  • A Essentials Objectives
  • Lab/Activity Prepare Disks for Installation 1 Prepare Disks for Installation 2 Number of Exam Questions
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    Section 11.1: Pre-installation

    Summary


    This section provides an overview of decisions that must be made prior to installation. Concepts covered include:


    • When selecting an operating system consider the following:

      • Versions

        • Windows 7

        • Windows Vista

        • Windows 2000

        • Windows XP

      • Features for different versions

      • Editions

        • Home

        • Home Premium

        • Professional

        • Business

        • Ultimate

        • Enterprise

      • Advantages of using 32-bit(x86) or 64-bit (x64 or IA-64) versions

      • Hardware requirements

    • When planning an installation:

      • Consider compatibility of hardware and software

      • Choose the installation method:

        • In-place upgrade

        • Clean (custom) install

      • Perform a backup of the existing system

    Students will learn how to:

    • Run the Upgrade Advisor to verify system compatibility when upgrading Windows.
    A Essentials Objectives:

      • Windows 2000, Windows XP 32bit vs. 64bit, Windows Vista 32 bit vs. 64bit

        • Side bar, Aero, UAC, minimum system requirements, system limits

        • Windows 2000 and newer - upgrade paths and requirements

      • Verification of hardware compatibility and minimum requirements

    Lecture Focus Questions:

    • Which edition of Windows Vista would you choose if you need to connect to a domain and implement BitLocker?

    • Which operating system version(s) and edition(s) support running Windows XP as a virtual computer?

    • What are the advantages of using a 64-bit version of the operating system over a 32-bit version?

    • You have purchased a new computer with an x64 processor. Which operating system versions could you install (32-bit or 64-bit)?

    • What are the potential problems when moving from a 32-bit operating system to a 64-bit operating system? How does the Upgrade Advisor help to alleviate these problems?

    • What is the difference between an upgrade version of Windows and a full version of Windows?

    • What is the difference between an in-place upgrade and a clean (custom) installation?

    • You currently run the 32-bit version of Windows Vista Home Premium edition. Which type of installation media (upgrade or install) and installation method (in-place or custom) could you use to upgrade to the 64-bit version of Windows 7 Home Premium?

    • You have an existing Windows XP computer that you want to upgrade to Windows 7. What tasks should you perform prior to starting the upgrade?

    Video/Demo Time



    video11.1.1 Windows Versions 9:37
    video11.1.2 Pre-installation Planning 11:05
    demo11.1.5 Verifying System Compatibility 5:01
    Total 25:43

    Number of Exam Questions


    10 questions

    Total Time


    About 45 minutes

    Section 11.2: Installation

    Summary


    In this section students will learn about methods to install a Windows operating system. Concepts covered include:


    • Steps to install Windows from the installation disc (CD or DVD)

    • Alternative methods to install Windows:

      • Bootable flash drive

      • Network installation

      • Unattended

      • Disk imaging

    Students will learn how to:



    • Use a RAID configuration utility to create a RAID array prior to installing the operating system.

    • Change the boot order of devices in the BIOS.

    • Install Windows XP and Windows Vista.
    A Essentials Objectives:

    • 3.3 Explain the process and steps to install and configure the Windows OS

      • Disk boot order / device priority

        • Types of boot devices (disk, network, USB, other)


    Lecture Focus Questions:

    • You are getting ready to install Windows on a new system. You want to use disk mirroring to protect your system. When should you create the mirrored set?

    • What SATA disk setting would you choose when defining a mirrored set?

    • How would you start the installation when performing an in-place upgrade from Windows XP to Windows Vista?

    • During a Windows XP installation, the hard disks where you configured your RAID array are not detected and listed as available for installation. What should you do?

    • During a Windows XP installation, you select the destination disk for the install but do not configure partition and formatting information. How will Windows partition and format the disk?

    • You have a new computer on which you need to install Windows Vista. The installation files are on a network share. How would you start the installation?

    • What computer requirements are necessary when using disk imaging for installation?

    Video/Demo Time



    video11.2.1 Windows Installation 9:18
    demo11.2.2 Preparing Disks for Installation 9:55
    demo11.2.5 Installing Windows 11:08
    Total 30:21

    Lab/Activity


    • Prepare Disks for Installation 1

    • Prepare Disks for Installation 2

    Number of Exam Questions


    5 questions

    Total Time


    About 50 minutes
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