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KIA Quiz #13: Par for the course

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A boot-time device driver that doesn't load correctly will cause Windows 2000 to bluescreen with an error. The best way to remedy this is:

a. Enter Windows safe mode at startup and assign a new driver
b. Have Windows attempt to detect a more recent driver
c. Type 'disable .sys' at the Recovery Console
d. Use Windows' auto-update feature to recover the proper driver
e. Forget the driver and try a three-wood.

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