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Discussion in 'Community Discussion' started by dogbone, Oct 25, 2005.
Do you think this sort of static electricity should be kept away from RAM modules?
Nah, you should be OK, just be sure to earth yourself first...
I find nails through feet works best.
That and standing in water.
I asked in a post sometime last year if my static shocks through my iBook's USB, Firewire, and other ports was dangerous. The response was negative...
Well, it's not dangerous for your health. Your iBook may go to sleep and never wake up again though...
hmmm, I was told that it shouldn't be a problem. I would think it could be dangerous form my iBook, too.
I tried to search forums, and it seems to go both ways. I guess it's a matter of opinion, but I try to be careful.
wrist band that all the clerks at apple wear.
I always have to bug them to move it Fabric side down so they don't scratch my PB.
attach one end to your wrist, the other end to a metal thingiee, and you can touch all the static thingiees you want!!
it won't help your hair, though.
I used to have to wear one of those in my testing days, I kept forgetting to wear it though, so I changed it into a watch strap and didn't forget it after that - just had to remember to 'plug' myself in.