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Q10. While booting up, a client's computer shows an error message with a code 201. What is the likely cause?

A. The CMOS battery is bad

B. The CPU is bad

C. The Hard disk is bad

D. The Memory test has failed

Correct Answer: D

Explanation:

The general errors and the corresponding failures are shown below:

100-199 : System board failures

200-299 : Memory failures

300-399 : Key board failures

400-499 : Monochrome video problems

500-599 : Color video problems

600-699 : Floppy disk errors

1700-1799: Hard disk problems.

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