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Posted 14 December 2007 - 10:23 PM
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Posted 16 December 2007 - 03:44 PM
If both drives are just clicking and not working properly there may be a problem with the power supply or other component . First and foremost we need to know what kind of computer we're working with here. We need make and model if pre-built including the Dell service tag if its a dell. If its a custom model we need the make and model of the motherboard, Graphics adapter (onboard or add on card), Memory, HDD manufactures (since there seems to be a problem with them). If its a custom build and you cant find the information you can use SIW. Once you find out what manufacture the HDD is you can use a utility provided by the manufactures to test the HDD Western Digital, Segate/Maxtor.
Edit: the clicking noise Eyesee is referring too is AKA the Click of death which is usually the read/write head slamming into something.
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