An analyst is booting a desktop that has Windows 7 installed with 4 GB RAM. The boot process is currently working on the following step: Winload uses the path specified in BOOTMGR to find the boot partition. What is the next step that will happen in the boot process?

 

Last Updated on February 21, 2021 by InfraExam

An analyst is booting a desktop that has Windows 7 installed with 4 GB RAM. The boot process is currently working on the following step: Winload uses the path specified in BOOTMGR to find the boot partition. What is the next step that will happen in the boot process?

  • WinLoad loads two files that make up the core of Windows: NTOSKRNL.EXE and HAL.DLL.
  • The BIOS boots the computer using the first drive that contains a valid boot sector.
  • The code in the boot sector is executed and the control of the boot process is given to Windows Boot Manager.
  • The Windows kernel takes over the boot process.
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