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WD My Passport Essential??? Please help!!?

Question by crystal&&ricky: WD My Passport Essential??? Please help!!?
Is it possible to sync a DVD onto my Passport Essential? If so, can somebody please guide me step by step on how to? Also, during installation on which do I click on: “Back up files” or “Set up Drive” What’s the difference??

I’d appreciate anybodys help!!
Also, I am using Windows!

Best answer:

Answer by Sean
you want to basically back up a DVD on your external HD, correct? email me and I can give u complete instructions. I just need to know what program you are using to backup your files, or if you’re using the CD that that passport essential came with?

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Help me with geography, please!!?

Question by Jessica: Help me with geography, please!!?
I need help with these questions! plz and ty!

The Main-Danube Canal is important because it links
A. ports of Europe.
B. the North Sea and the Black Sea.
C. the Thames and the Rhine.
D. the Danube River and the Black Sea.

2. Why does Ireland no longer have its native forests?
A. Acid rain devastated them.
B. The land was burned during World War II.
C. They died during the potato blight.
D. The trees were cut for firewood or to clear land for farms.

3. Mediterranean Europe receives the hot, dry _____ from Africa.
A. mistrals
B. foehns
C. loess
D. siroccos

4. The Berlin Wall was a symbol of
A. World War I.
B. the Cold War.
C. the European Union.
D. World War II.

5. Serious environmental problems in eastern Europe have resulted from
A. industrialization during communism.
B. burning the native forests.
C. overfishing and timber cutting.
D. government strip mining policies.

6. The goals of the European Union include
A. a common bank and foreign policy; fewer environmental standards. rejection of most eastern
B. European countries.
C. relaxing current environmental standards.
D. a common bank and foreign policy; strict environmental standards.

7. Important service industries in Europe include
A. agriculture and technology.
B. mining and technology.
C. banking and insurance.
D. insurance and agriculture.

8. Who was Leonardo da Vinci?
A. a religious leader
B. a painter and inventor
C. a modern artist
D. a political leader

9. The dispute in present-day Northern Ireland is over
A. extreme ethnic differences.
B. language.
C. religious and political ties.
D. sacred land.

10. Today, people in Europe
A. rely upon heavy industry and miining to support their economies.
B. are employed in the sectors of farming and heavy indusry.
C. work primarily in service, agriculture, and trade.
D. work in manufacturing, service and technology industries, and agriculture.

11. In Siberia there are large areas of
A. mountains and rivers.
B. desert.
C. rivers that flow to the south.
D. tundra and taiga.

12. The vast, rolling treeless plain north of the Arctic Circle is called
A. steppe.
B. forest.
C. tundra.
D. subarctic.

13. Forty percent of Russia’s land is
A. permafrost.
B. taiga.
C. steppe.
D. tundra.

14. Which czar, known as “the Terrible”, used secret police to control people’s lives?
A. Ivan II
B. Ivan IV
C. Peter I
D. Catherine II

15. The Volga River provides water to generate electricity and for
A. irrigation.
B. St. Petersburg’s canals.
C. nuclear power.
D. fossil fuel.

16. Which of the following is an example of an ethnic group?
A. Yankee fans
B. musicians
C. college students
D. Chechens

17. The dictator of the Soviet Union in the 1920s until after World War II was
A. Nicholas II.
B. Vladimir Ilyich Lenin.
C. Joseph Stalin.
D. Mikhail Gorbechev.

18. In the late 1400s, Ivan III made Muscovy stronger when he drove out the
A. Mongols.
B. Turks.
C. Communists.
D. czars.

19. War and Peace was written by
A. Alexander Solzhenitsyn.
B. Leo Tolstoy.
C. Mikhail Gorbachev.
D. Vladimir Lenin.

20. Eventually Russia adopted a market economy. This is also known as
A. communism.
B. inflation.
C. a depression.
D. a free enterprise system.

Best answer:

Answer by Bradley G
Quit looking over at my test answers. Study!

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Please tell me who can help me with this Q about USA student Visa ?

Question by proteusmirabilus: Please tell me who can help me with this Q about USA student Visa ?
I have untreated Hepatitis C . I need to know definitely if that is grounds for refusing me a visa , before I actually apply . I don’t want “refused” on my passport .
If it is a definite cause for denied entry , it would be better for me to not apply at all , and consider studying in some other country .
Is there a secretary or employee I can email directly about this issue ?

Best answer:

Answer by Yak Rider
As far as I know there is no physical exam required to get a school visa. However, you are required to pay for your own treatment if you are in the US with a school visa.

Surely, if you can afford the foreign student tuition rate at a US college or university you can afford treatment for your Hep. C.

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I need a computer wiz’s help with this please…?

by Manitoba Historical Maps

Question by Ivana Cracker: I need a computer wiz’s help with this please…?
I’m trying to open our tax program at work and it’s been working fine, but all of a sudden now when I go to open it, it says this: “The program can not find the network path, please verify your drive mappings.” It is a Lacerte tax program if that helps. And our computers are networked together. What do I need to do to fix this? I’m scared to shut down and restart our main server and I can’t get ahold of our IP guy. I restarted my computer, and I checked our network connection and it says status is good, and I can still get on the Internet. I tried to do a search on my computer on what a “drive mapping” was, but nothing surfaced. Advice from computer genuises please? Or anyone who just knows the answer.

Best answer:

Answer by Davis B
Hi, you may have simply lost the network mapping to the drive that this application is installed on.

To find where it is installed, right-click on the application shortcut and go to “properties”. Towards the middle of properties there is “Start In”. Note the Drive letter and PATH of the program.

Now, go to windows explorer or just “my computer” and see if this network drive is visible AND available.

If it is NOT there, then you will need to re-map the drive. If it is there already, then you will need to “fix” the network mapping (maybe the network account used to “map” the drive has changed for some reason – password, etc.).

Either way, you can fix it by:

Right-click on “my computer” and select “map network drive”, select the drive letter (if already mapped) and fix the problem. If NOT already mapped then RE-MAP it to the drive letter referred by the shortcut.

Hopefully you have an account (possibly your own) that has permission over this network resource.

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I need to see this on YouTube – provide link, please?

by Chuck “Caveman” Coker

Question by celia3018: I need to see this on YouTube – provide link, please?
Tue Aug 28, 12:50 PM ET

COLUMBIA, S.C. – This time, the question was a little easier for Miss Teen South Carolina. After being stumped by a Miss Teen USA pageant question on live television Friday night, Lauren Caitlin Upton’s confused, mangled response has been drawing a lot of attention.

The 18-year-old got a chance to redeem herself Tuesday on NBC’s “Today” show when she was again asked why one-fifth of Americans can’t locate the U.S. on a map.

“I would love to re-answer that question,” Upton said. “Well personally, my friends and I, we know exactly where the United States is on our map. I don’t know anyone else who doesn’t. And if the statistics are correct, I believe there should be more emphasis on geography.”

That was much better than her previous response, which included “U.S. Americans” and mentions of South Africa and “the Iraq.”

A YouTube video of Upton has drawn a couple million hits and thousands of comments, many of them with harsh remarks for the Lexington High School graduate who plans to attend Appalachian State University in Boone, N.C.

Upton was taking her flubbed answer — and the attention — in stride.

“Everything did come at me at once. I was overwhelmed and I made a mistake. Everybody makes a mistake. I’m human,” she said Tuesday. “I seriously think I only heard about one or two words of the actual question.”

Upton’s former principal Creig Tyler remembered her as a well-rounded student.

“She took college-prep and honors courses and performed well,” Tyler told The (Columbia) State newspaper.

Miss Teen Colorado Hilary Carol Cruz won the crown. Upton was third runner-up.

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Answer by GuErItA CoNsEnTiDa ♥

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help me please!!?

Question by Jake D: help me please!!?
Match Term Definition
Talc can be scratched by most other minerals. A) hardness
Mica is a mineral that splits evenly and forms sheets. B) luster
Hematite leaves a rust colored trail of dust when it is rubbed on an unfinished ceramic tile. C) cleavage
Pyrite shines like gold and is called fools gold because of this trait. D) streak
Emeralds are green and are popular minerals for use in jewelry. E) color

Scientists have used a combination of relative dating and absolute dating techniques to create the__________, the “map” of past eras of earth’s history.

In 1957, the Russian satellite, __________was launched. This event began what we now call the “Space Race” between the US and Russia.

Best answer:

Answer by moe
match terms:

talc can be scratched by most other minerals: A-hardness

mica is a mineral that splits evenly and forms sheets: C-cleavage

hematite leaves a rust colored trail of dust when it’s rubbed on an unfinished ceramic tile: D-streak

pyrite shines like gold and is called fools gold b/c of this trait: B- luster

emeralds are green and are popular minerals for use in jewerly: E-color

scientist create the FOSSIL RECORD

no idea on name of russian satellite

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