Hard drive (hdd) problem not working properly everytime.

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I have a problem with my hard drive it has tickling noise inside. And my computer restarts every time I use it. Sometimes I use it for 30 min or more. But still shut down. I use a lot of tools like cleaners or advice system care. But there are no effects. What should I do? Do I need to reformat? Or do I need to buy a new hard drive? This is my problem for this week on my computer. I am so unlucky. 

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Answered By 0 points N/A #158049

Hard drive (hdd) problem not working properly everytime.

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Dear Poiverba,

Did you happen to drop the CPU somewhere or perhaps had something hit the CPU real hard?

The sound that you are hearing is because the HDD is damaged from the inside and as you know on the inside of a HDD disks are spinning constantly at a very high rate. If something is coming in the way of the spinning then it produces noise that can be heard by the user and causes bad sectors to develop in the HDD.

I would suggest you backup your data from the harddrive immediately. And replace it as soon as possible.

Answered By 0 points N/A #158050

Hard drive (hdd) problem not working properly everytime.

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Hi,

Check your Hard Disk again as a Secondary Hard Disk. Then you can confirm about boot sectors and try to get details about Hard Disk from a software like PassMark BurnInTest Professional. That software gives details about your Hard Disk and try to find out the error. Then try to fix it by using that software. It will help to fix your HDD.

Good luck

Answered By 0 points N/A #158051

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If you are hearing clicks, grinds or squealing sound from your hard drive, this simply means that it is failing. The best thing to do is to back up all your data and then run a diagnostic test for your hard drive to determine if you can still save it. Just search on the internet for a good diagnostic tool. It will mark the bad sectors on your hard drive if there's any. If the tool found some bad sectors and resolve the clicking noise, replace your hard drive. Because this is only temporary. The most permanent fix is to change your hard drive. There is no other way to fix a failing hard drive. You will need to make a backup regularly.

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