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Department of Education

Region I
SCHOOLS DIVISION OFFICE I PANGASINAN
Lingayen
CATALINO D. CEREZO NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
Malasiqui, Pangasinan

SECOND QUARTER (2ND SEMESTER) EXAMINATION


COMPUTER SYSTEMS SERVICING GRADE 11

NAME:_____________________________________ SCORE:________________
YEAR/SECTION: Grade 11 - Bonifacio

GENERAL DIRECTIONS:
1. Do not forget to write your name on above.
2. Write legibly and clearly
3. Do not cheat. Once caught cheating, in any form, will result to a failing grade.
4. Make sure you answer the ESSAY part of the exam. Failure to do so will INVALIDATE all your other
answers.
-GOOD LUCK! -

I. MULTIPLE CHOICES: Choose the letter of the correct answer from the choices then write it on the space before
the number.
1. Booting is the process of ________________
A. Wearing a knee high leather shoes
B. Starting an operating system
C. Shutting down a computer
D. Dividing the disk into parts

2. When your computer is switched on, the motherboard looks for an operating system or an installer on a drive,
CD/DVD, HDD or Removable Disk. Which of the following keyword is NOT a way to change the boot order of
the devices
A. Boot Priority
B. Boot sequence
C. Boot advance
D. Boot option

3. When you divide a computer hard disk into logical division so that it can be manage separately is called
A. Disk Cleanup B. Partitioning C. Slicing D. Defragmentation
4. A basic controller that allows all of the components that make up a computer system to talk to one another
A. CMOS B. OS C. AS D. BIOS
5. What software allows the device and the operating system to communicate with each other that allows users
to use the device in its full potential.
A. BIOS
B. Application Software
C. Device software
D. Operating System

I. type diskpart
II. type xcopy d:/*.* /s/h/f e:
III. type format fs=ntfs quick
IV. type select disk 1
6. Choose the correct order of the steps above in creating bootable disk
A. I,II,II,IV B. IV,III,II,I C. I,IV,III,II D. II,III,I,IV

7. Which of the following is not an operating system?


A. Unix B. Linux C. Firefox D. Windows
8. A user wants to create a dual-boot system running Windows XP and Windows 7. What of the following is BEST
to do?
A. Install windows XP first
B. Install windows 7 first
C. Install operating system on same partitions
D. Install windows XP first, and Install both operating systems on different partitions.
9. What is the difference between a clean installation and an upgrade?
A. A clean install includes applications and settings from previous installations.
B. An upgrade includes applications and settings from previous installations.
C. A clean installation starts by formatting the hard drive.
D. There is no difference; they are the same
10. Which of the following is NOT a TRUE task of OS in running application program?
A. Determines the name of the application
B. Finds the section of the hard drive where the application program and its data are stored
C. Finds an unused section of main memory that is large enough for the application
D. holds the space on the HDD where the application is saved

II. Identify the Application Software being described in the following:


11. Creates interesting and professional presentations
12. Organize and analyze data and numbers
13. This software has a word wrapping and spell check feature
14. An example of search engine
15. A link that connects to the other document or web page
16. AS that connects to the web through web pages
17. Office assistant is access through this key
18. Application software that are widely used and perform common task
19. What software allows you to create documents, letters, memos etc?
20. Organize, analyze and graph numeric data

Give meaning to the following acronyms


21. BIOS - _________________________________________________________
22. POST - _________________________________________________________
23. NTFS - _________________________________________________________
24. GUI - __________________________________________________________
25. URL - __________________________________________________________

Enumeration:
Enumerate the 3 Rs of Environmental Policy
26.
27.
28.
Enumerate the 5 S of Workplace productivity
29.
30.
31.
32.
33.
III. Arrange the following steps in Windows 7 installation. (Use the counting numbers 1-10) other steps are already
given. (34-40)
2. Wait for Windows 7 Installation Files to Load
3. Wait for Windows 7 Setup to Finish Loading
4. Choose Language and Other Preferences
____ The computer restarts
____ Enter the Windows 7 Product Key
____ Boot From the Windows 7 DVD or USB Device
____ Delete and Create Partitions
6. Accept the Windows 7 License Terms
17. Wait for Windows 7 to Prepare the Desktop
7. Choose the Type of Windows 7 Installation to Complete
12. Wait for Windows 7 Setup to Complete
9. Choose a Physical Location to Install Windows 7 On
____ Click the Install Now Button
10. Wait While Windows 7 Is being Installed
15. Choose a Windows Update Option
____ Choose a User Name and a Computer Name
____ Choose a Password to Access Windows 7
16. Choose the Correct Time Zone, Date, and Time
Essay (41-50):

41-45 Why is creating a bootable flash drive is more advisable and practical than using a bootable disc in installing a
new operating system on a computer?

In the process of installing new operating system through a bootable USB flash drive, you are required to
change the boot order in the BIOS settings to USB as its first priority. During installation, you noticed that the
computer restarts and goes back to first step of installation and repeats the process of partitioning and formatting.
Why is it happening?

What will you do to complete the installation of a new OS?

Prepared by Checked and Verified by:

GEMMA F. LAMSEN RUBY B. SEBASTIAN


Teacher II Master Teacher I

Approved:

DOMINADOR V. NABOR JR.


Principal I
1. Boot From the Windows 7 DVD or USB Device
2. Wait for Windows 7 Installation Files to Load
3. Wait for Windows 7 Setup to Finish Loading
4. Choose Language and Other Preferences
5. Click the Install Now Button
6. Accept the Windows 7 License Terms
7. Choose the Type of Windows 7 Installation to Complete
8. Delete and Create Partitions
9. Choose a Physical Location to Install Windows 7 On
10. Wait While Windows 7 Is Installed
11. Restart Your Computer
12. Wait for Windows 7 Setup to Begin Again
13. Wait for Windows 7 Setup to Complete
14. Choose a User Name and a Computer Name
15. Choose a Password to Access Windows 7
16. Enter the Windows 7 Product Key
17. Choose a Windows Update Option
18. Choose the Correct Time Zone, Date, and Time
19. Choose a Network Location
20. Wait for Windows 7 to Prepare the Desktop