uncertain about test question

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  1. newto 70-620

    newto 70-620 Guest

    In the self paced Microsoft configuring Vista Client there is a practice
    test question I'm having trouble wrapping around. Some of the other
    questions had errors that I could find corrections for on the web site. But
    not this one. It gave three days worth of backups Mon,tues,thurs then said
    the hard drive failed friday morning. To restore the most data you should
    do what. Three of the answers included using a friday backup well it never
    said a friday backup was done to restore from. Friday backup was included
    in the answer, I'm having trouble wrapping around this. I thought I
    understood backups. Is there a guide line or a normal way to assume pieces
    of questions? I thought most questions could be deduced with a little
    knowledge.
    newto 70-620, Apr 20, 2008
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