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What color indicates that the Liquid Contact Indicators inside a MacBook Pro (13-inch, Mid 2012, have been triggered?
What is the likely cause of an iMac (21.5-inch, Late 2013) producing a single error tone at startup that repeats every five seconds?
A. The unit does not have RAM or RAM is not installed properly.
B. The logicboard has failed and must be replaced.
C. The RAM does not pass data integrity tests.
D. The hard drive has failed S.M.A.R.T. status.
Apple recommends a DIMM installation scheme for the Mac Pro (Late 2013) that:
A. Increases processing power
B. Enhances graphics processing
C. Optimizes system cooling
D. Enables use of special memory module
You must know the AppleCare name of an Intel iMac before performing which of the following actions?
A. Starting upfrom OS X Recovery HD
B. Running Mac Resource Inspector.
C. Replacing the logic board
D. Resetting the NVRAM.
Which of the following could indicate accidental damage when inspecting the inside of a Mac mini (Late 2012) before a repair?
A. Light dust in the fans
B. Third-party RAM installed
C. Lint gathered near the rear vents
D. Oxidation or discoloration of the logic board
Which of the following is a valid electrical safety precaution when working on a computer or display with exposed, potentially energized parts?
A. Use only metal screw drivers or fingers as needed to connect or disconnect cables.
B. Always wear an ESD wrist or heel strap when working on plugged in systems.
C. Be very careful handling the logic board or power supply while the computer is plugged in.
D. Remove rings, watches, necklaces, metal-rimmed eyewear and other metallic articles before workingon the computer.