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Cheap, noisy, equipment, or some other device in the vicinity of the cd/dvd player that is injecting unwanted frequencies into the electronic circuits of the player. Sometimes, it can even be the amplified speakers on the computer itself causing the problem. Half wave rectification will induce all kind of interferences into the sound system.


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The present perfect tense of copy is:I/You/We/They have copied.He/She/It has copied.

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the opposite of merging cells

Apple.Actually it was Xerox on their Alto computer, Apple copied them on their Lisa computer.

Inserts copied material from computer clipboard. Firstyou must Copy something, this will place copied material to computer clipboard, then you can insert anywhere you want (Paste)

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That depends on what you mean by "copied electronically".If you mean that you press the keys for "Copy" (usually Ctrl-C), the text is copied to a temporary memory area known as the "Clipboard".If you type texts from a book, into the computer, the text is in the computer memory; once you save it, it is in the computer's hard disk.

In a single word: "Download". This means that something on a remote computer will be transferred (copied/downloaded...) to your local computer.

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They are copied to the 'clip board'. This is just a software name, for a portion of the memory reserved for temporary storage. It is volatile and will be lost when the computer is shut down.

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U must connect your phone usb connector from your phone to your computer so you can open the files from your phone to your computer and have it copied

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You need to have iTunes downloaded on that computer first. Then you just plug it in and it syncs and all the songs and apps are then copied onto that computer.

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Yes, but it's illegal to give it to someone else or sell it.

If you own the computer then you could copy it to your hard drive(normally drive C:) or if you dont own the computer you could save it to your acct on the computer.

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