Um, yeah.. I'll try that MrHunta
Anyway, thanks for the reply Rick, and those were my thoughts exactly regarding the repair tech. But oh well. Now, I don't know what specs you need exactly, I'm guessing my processor would pretty much cover it?
2.40 gigahertz Intel Pentium 4 w/ HT
ST380023AS [Hard drive] (80.02 GB)
NVIDIA GeForce FX 5600
512 Megabytes RAM
Windows XP Professional SP2
I think that pretty much covers the important things? If theres anything else I should post let me know. I haven't gotten around to checking if it's lose or anything as it's quite late here and I'm just not up for it lol. But yeah, I'm guessing replacing it would be my best bet. Is that easily done manually or would I need 'professional' assistance? Anyway, I'm gonna make sure it's in there tight and double check to see if theres anything touching/blocking/bumping it. I'll post my results sometime tomorrow. Again, thanks for the reply.
Edit: Btw, the noise went from a fluctuating humming sound into a steady hum, still isn't as quiet as it was before but I guess that's a good sign. Still making the same noise though, just slightly
Edited by Graffix, 19 October 2005 - 12:19 AM.