The question said that original media is used so I'd too would be inclined to rule out the other options & go for B.
@Zaidisc2 what justification was provided in the source that mentioned the right option as D?
THE justification in the hard copy is : the system charles is remediating may have infection with malware resident on the system board while un common ,this type of malware Can be difficult to find and removed, since he used the original media it is unlikely that the malware come from the vendor .charles wipe the system partition,and the system would have been rebooted before being rebuilt thus cleaning the system memory
Yes, this clearly rules out the other options and points to B. So the answer is in fact B...
I choose B and I think B should be the correct answer, but in the answers page I found.THE answer was D. I checked Wiley.com and I found that the correct answer is B.
If the error occurred on page 377, the publisher has already identified the error and issued a correction. I suggest reviewing the book's errata page and manually making the corrections in your copy (of have a spouse/friend do it). If on another page, submit the correction to Wiley.
Incidentally, I also suggest checking errata for all of your reference/study material before using it. No sense learning something known to be incorrect. Alternatively, stick to e-books for which the errata is automatically applied.