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Q: The ______ test can be used from a command prompt to test connectivity by sending an echo request to a remote computer or device
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To find out how much RAM is installed on a machine, in Windows go to the Start Menu, right-click on Computer and select Properties. From the System Properties window, the system will list "Installed memory (RAM)

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Click on Start Menu, type ram in the searchbox and click the "Show how much RAM is on this computer."
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A power supply unit is a part inside a computer case that supplies power to the motherboard and other devices that are installed.
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When a hard drive is first recognized by Windows, it is assigned the Basic disk status.
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Utilize a 64-bit OS if you are looking for increased performance and you have a system that can support it.
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