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Q10. When Windows 95/98 boots successfully, it creates two back up files for the Registry. Which are those two back up Registry files?

A. REG0.DAT, REG1.DAT

B. USER.DAT, SYSTEM.DAT

C. USER.DA0, SYSTEM.DA0

D. REG_BACK.DAT, REG_SYS.DAT

  Correct Answer: C

 

Explanation:

Windows 95 makes a backup of the Registry after every successful reboot. The Registry back up files are named: USER.DA0, SYSTEM.DA0. The original Registry files are named: USER.DAT, SYSTEM.DAT. It may be noted, that in the event of boot failure, you can delete the original USER.DAT AND SYSTEM.DAT files and the back up files can be renamed to DAT files and the system can be rebooted successfully.

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