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So the fan in the PSU is noisy - that's a design issue for a machine that's marketed as a living room PC. If you are using a desktop computer, connect the drive to a USB port on the rear of the computer. The power supply is a FX ProSeries Core Edition 650W. Please go to Hewlett Packard Enterprise Support Center. useful reference

It is also normal for the drive to make sort of a "chattering" or "clicking" sound while it is reading and writing data.  Also, some drives occasionally run off-line scans, resulting G Supremegermalen, Apr 20, 2011 Apr 21, 2011 at 11:57 AM Supremegermalen, Apr 21, 2011 #6 Supremegermalen Standard Member Joined: Jan 23, 2010 Messages: 26 Products Owned: 0 Products Wanted: Read Article Article What is RAID 1, and How Can I make Use of it on my Mac? Or rubbing.

Laptop Hard Drive Making Noise

If my answer was helpful, please use the 'Did this answer the question' and click: YesForum Member since 2001Iam not employed byDell Like 0 Reply You have posted to a forum Can't get past google to download any software to try detecting what's up and having to use iPhone for everything! I don't want to be left with a sour taste just because of a $10 fan....

If your internal hard drive passes the SeaTools diagnostic test, please check for a firmware update for your drive.  See Document ID: 207931 for instructions. HDD The Guardian Series: Highly Specialized Internal Drives Rescue We Can Recover Your Files, Just in Case. The simplest solution that fits all the known facts is the only true solution: William of Occam My opinions expressed here do not represent those of the AV Forums or its Hard Disk Making Clicking Noise First I'd take it out and go outside and blast it with some air to be sure it really isn't some dirt or foreign object causing the noise.

Thank you for signing up. Hard Drive Making Buzzing Noise Please try the following:Use a different search stringIf search was based on document ID, check document ID or switch to keyword search Change your search criteria selectionCheck your search string for It's just loud and there is nothing to see in it. So I have ordered a replacement PSU.

Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More... Hard Drive Noise When Reading I wish I could communicate with someone in authority though. The result is a noisy PC. I've got it opened up again now but cant see anything obvious. / Supremegermalen, Apr 21, 2011 Apr 21, 2011 at 9:40 PM spyder viewer, Apr 21, 2011 #9 spyder

Hard Drive Making Buzzing Noise

The fan should be so quiet that all you hear is the air movement noise... Brand Why we’re unique—and why we matter. ⎙Print ✉Mail Share Bookmark & Share X Make sharing easier with AddThis for Firefox. Laptop Hard Drive Making Noise My XFX 850W Black Edition is dead silent. Hard Disk Making Grinding Noise Seagate and Maxtor-brand hard drives do not contain audio speakers.

I don't believe your XFX is one of those type however. Additional batteries are affected. If you "cracked" the seal, then just re-applying pressure by re-fitting the fan will not re-make the seal and the thermal transfer can be seriously compromised. All Rights Reserved Tom's Hardware Guide ™ Ad choices Articles & News Forum Graphics & Displays CPU Components Motherboards Games Storage Overclocking Tutorials All categories GPU HIERARCHY CPU HIERARCHY Brands Hard Drive Making Beeping Noise

It may be and Internet issue, I've not actually tried doing anything not involving being online. Please try again. Read List Article Think Your Hard Drive Has a Problem? Before I couldn't hear it and now it's just about the only thing I hear!

If my answer was helpful, please use the 'Did this answer the question' and click: YesForum Member since 2001Iam not employed byDell Like 0 Reply You have posted to a forum Hard Drive Making Noise When Idle These noises are typically heard when the drive is first connecting to the computer, and are often caused by a power or cable connection issue.You can try fixing noises from an I don't want to be left with a sour taste just because of a $10 fan....

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Remove the drive from any USB hub in which it may be connected.  Connect it directly into the USB port. I would recommend download CPUID HW monitor and checking the CPU fan speed RPM when you can hear the fan noise if its less than 3000 then it probably isnt the Troubleshooting noise issues for external drives: External USB drive clicking and beeping can occur if the USB port does not provide enough power to operate the drive, often a USB 1.x Normal Hard Drive Sounds See the section near the bottom called Other Noises a Computer Can Make for more on that.For example, if you unplug the power and data cables from the hard drive but

The fan in the PSU needs to be upgraded. This leaves only the PSU fan which is probably the culprit as DELL often use cheap low quality PSU's, I would recommend grabbing a new one, 500W would be more than Resume from standby by touching any key on the keyboard is enabled. Get More Info Test It for Free Read List Article How to Recover iTunes After a Hard Drive Crash Using Your iPhone Read Article Article Time Machine Stuck Preparing a Backup?

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Very high System Interrupts, Win7, HP-Compaq desktop solved I was given a hp compaq desktop and want to put the components in an NZXT Guardian 921 RB ATX Mid Tower Case, If somebody helps you: THANK them! XFX 850 Black Edition power supply Power Supply causing cpu overheating Confused about my power supply needs Power Supply/Cooling Problems Choosing Correct Power Supply Video Card / Power Supply - Overheating? Some USB-only drives connect via a "Y-cable", such as that seen in Document ID: 205479.

REPLACE!?! Seagate recommends you replace the drive in that case. Instead they're going to build a brand new like for like box, ship it to me, I'm going to find it has exactly the same problem, they're going to collect it First Time Here?

Last edited: Apr 23, 2011 Supremegermalen, Apr 23, 2011 Apr 24, 2011 at 12:09 AM RyanMartin1993, Apr 24, 2011 #12 RyanMartin1993 Active Member Joined: Jul 5, 2010 Messages: 98 Products Owned: Please enter a valid email address. Today they called and offered to ship a like for like PC to test for about 3 weeks. If you are concerned about the noise your drive is making, please test it with SeaTools.

I was in an electronics shop today and picked up a similar PSU, Eurotech Silent Pro 580W have no idea if it's any good but it was about the right price Same size, fan orientation etc (unless I've missed something). 300W instead of 250W. But then that means Internet fine / How do I check the frequencies?

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