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look at them while on and listen close to them see if its them making the noise
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i think its the harddrive or somewhere around there.... i might just reformat it

Edited by mrq201, 30 December 2006 - 12:49 PM.

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definitely not the best site to post that one, but i might.

Edited by AnthonyJ, 30 December 2006 - 12:34 PM.

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thanks for letting me knw.... i didnt know i could not have put stuff like that.. i removed it already.. but yeah, if i do a reformat, that noise should stop right
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if the noise IS coming from the hdd then its either bout to go out or its normal. you might just not have heard it with the side panel on
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is there anyway to test it to see whether it is going out or not?
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http://www.cpuid.com/pcwizard.php
only thing i can think of is to benchmark it with pc wizard 2006
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i ran some diagnostic tests for the harddrive and they said there was no errors, but i will use the link u sent me and let u know what i found
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that program will tell you alot about your pc as well, temps too
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the processor temp is 43 degrees celcius
the mainboard temp is 37 degree celcius
the harddisk temp is 31 degree celcius

good or bad?
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thats good, on the sidebar at the bottom there a bar that says benchmark. click on it and click on "hard disk benchmark c:"
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everything is good now... thanks for your help.. now im about to move onto another message board to ask another question..
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