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Can I Listen To My IPod While Servicing Computers? [Static Question]


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I service my pc, and other peoples computers all the time. & it's quite tedious especially when you have nothing else to do alone in a quiet room. Which is why I wanted to ask a simple question. Can I listen to my IPod while I service computers? Or could this cause some sort of static shock to components in my pc as I touch them?

I'm no expert which is why I'm asking...


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No more dangerous than using anything else around a computer. Cups of coffee which can be the highlight of working on some computers are more dangerous. With all due respect, you are more of a hazard to the computer than anything else and I don't mean that in a nasty way. Human error accounts for many issues with computers internally and externally.
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That was a great comment Neil... You know you've helped me clear up some of my questions over the years, and I don't think I ever thanked you directly. So for all of your help, and everything you do on this forum I've just got to say THANKS! Simple as that, there is no more a man can ask for from another human being other than knowledge, respect, and care.

So THANKS!
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