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I have a Dell Inspiron 1545 laptop~I have recently had to replace the hard drive, to which I have replaced with a Seagate 500 GB. Since I got it back, the speaker sometimes makes a popping sound, and recently, a blue screen also appears that says bad pool header, then my computer reboots itself. I don't think these are necessarily related to eachother, but not sure. Not sure I want to take it back to the pc repair guy that installed it, as I feel he should've taken care of these things, already. It's been doing this since he installed the new hard drive. Any help that you can give me is greatly appreciated!!

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