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Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by blueflamingo, Sep 14, 2003.

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  1. blueflamingo

    blueflamingo Thread Starter

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    Just wondering what all those noises are coming from my Pc! When I start windows from complete shutdown or wake it from sleep mode, it makes a loud buzzing noise and vibrates for several minutes! I never have any trouble with operation; no viruses or spyware and it has never crashed. Diagnostics all come out perfect and it's very fast compared to other computers I've used. Any ideas?
     
  2. gmh

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    Sounds like the hard drive going bad...
    at any rate, it's a hardware problem and you will do better by posting on that forum...
     
  3. kben1028

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    I'm with gmh on this one. Derfinitely sounds like your HDD is going.
     
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