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What Causes The Pc To Make Those Noises!


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#1 tiverty

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Posted 05 January 2007 - 02:12 PM

Ok i have heard that those noises are the hard drives arm moving but it is to often and loud i can bairly believe that a lot of that is the hard drives arm! There will be a soft huming noise that will last for a while and then sometimes there is a loud noise similiar to an electirc sander or something similiar to an power tool! it scares me sometimes because it sounds horrible and very bad! i keep expecting my computer to blow up or something!

on a comical side note, after i bought a CD burner a while ago and put it in and was burning, the first time my mother heard it i was in my room waiting for it to finish (computers in the kitchen/dining room). My mother rushed to my door and told me that the computer sounded like it was about to blow-up! she was so frightned i got scared but when i got near i realized it was just the burning process. Since then my mother coments on how it sounds like the computer is on a runway about to take off for flight (it does have a resemblance twards that sound) when i am burning something.

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Posted 05 January 2007 - 02:50 PM

If the noise happens only when the CD/DVD drive is spinning a disk, then there is a vibration hum which the case is amplifying. You may need to check the CD/DVD drive mounting.

Check your CPU, case and power supply fans. These tend to be noisy when "gummed up" with dust. You can/should replace them if they need to.
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Posted 06 January 2007 - 03:17 AM

I'd also make sure the screws holding the drives in the case are tight. It can make a big difference.
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Posted 07 January 2007 - 10:40 AM

Touch the sides of the case when this is happening - does it help? If so, you case is likely resonating with the drives and amplifying the noise - try some rubber washers to isolate them.
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