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By Anonymous - / Saturday 20 July 2013 15:45 / United States - Newark
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  BaraSkit07  |  12

To be real honest, that advice is horrible. Because that would make him have to turn down the volume every time he inserts or removes a USB. We don't know what his line of work is and he might very well need the sound on at all times, or at least most. If I were you I'd check a solution using google.

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  AKGirlinSD  |  20

72, at my last job we had an intern, who was one of the owner's sons. He was put in IT but never did anything, including locking his computer to go talk on his cell. We took his laptop, while unlocked, and put an "I

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  AKGirlinSD  |  20

72, at my last job we had an intern, who was one of the owner's sons. He was put in IT but never did anything, including locking his computer to go talk on his cell. We took his laptop, while unlocked, put an "I

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  evilplatypus  |  35

85 - Their advice is pretty sound (no pun intended). Muting the computer is an excellent thing to do while they're waiting to figure out a real solution. Muting most laptops only takes one button click; you make it sound although it's some great hassle.

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#27 Don't ruin the fun. No one likes a party pooper.

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Or pressed 'ENTER' haha, or for a less boosting remark, "is it in yet?"

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  Ali_Br_fml  |  33

Hey, google works wonders!!! I learned to change the startup sounds and words on my windows vista laptop because of google!!! I forgot how now, but another quick google search will suffice. ;)

By  neverready  |  25

If it's Windows, go on control panel/system control, "hardware and sounds", "change system sounds". It's quite easy, you'll find it :) Edit: But I like it, why change it? Just reduce the volume, if it's too annoying :D

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  NandaPanda  |  22

He probably needs to remove it because it is his work laptop. That's not very professional, and he may suffer some consequences at his job because of the immaturity.

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  Uramonkey  |  11

If the customers have any sense of humour, I don't think they will be loosing any anytime soon.

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  evilplatypus  |  35

Or management, or prudish coworkers, or a guest in the building. It only takes a single complaint for you to wind up in front of HR getting a sexual harassment lecture.

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