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No worries: It just means that your speakers are amplified. Power up the computer again. No, just adding photos. If you were holding the drive, you should have been able to feel the drive spin up and the actuator moving during the drive initialization as it traversed its entire span this contact form

A case like this could easily cost hundreds of thousands of dollars. The codes to most of them can be found here: www.computerhope.com/beep.htm If you are determined to disable them, there are two ways, one is to open the CMOS and disable them I tried to muted the volume, but it's still doing the noise/buzz/beep randomly. Haven't had any more issues with it.

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so how do i do this maker's HD diagnostic? You would need to be able to connect this drive to another PC to be able to do some data recovery. Edited by Pat(rick), 13 December 2014 - 11:45 PM. Ellaine Spivak I have an HP and it goes black does 3 beeps then black then 3 beeps black again and 3 beeps then is fine.

The Internet is so big, so powerful and pointless that for some people it is a complete substitute for life.Andrew Brown (1938-1994)Don't let BleepingComputer be silenced. The codes vary depending upon the BIOS that your mobo uses. R1CH, Jul 10, 2014 #4 Riddya Member I think I have found what was causing the problem, at least for me. Hard Drive Beeping Unfortunately, after running the "short" test, Seagate's tool says that my hard drive indeed has problems, quote; "bad sectors found" and I'm now following it's instructions by running the Long test

If so run the maker's HD Diagnostic extended CD scan to confirm it's condition. So, take out the battery? So sharpen your ears and be ready to run to your PC’s side when it calls for help. Don’t worry about a short, single beep at boot-up.

It can't be the beep sound because I disabled it. Beep Sound In Laptop While Booting Muting will help with annoyances while you’re using the system, but the loud popping will persist. The hard drive’s death rattle Our first sound comes from a publicly available collection of the sounds of failing hard drives. If you hear a loud, quickly repeating ticking noise, similar to a bicycle spoke with a baseball card in it, the fan is probably to blame again.

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If possible, keep only the problem drive connected to the system and remove all others. http://www.pcworld.com/article/2039654/the-sounds-of-a-sick-pc-listen-to-the-noises-that-could-mean-bad-news.html It's got no ‘regular' time this happens. Hard Drive Sounds Click here to Register a free account now! Hard Disk Making Grinding Noise It is at this point you can ask yourself if you are courageous or foolhardy.

See if that helps.didgitalpunk Burf5 years agoReplytrue it might help and if it solves the problem, i suggest you buy fans that clip on your laptop. You can try to move the heads laterally across the platters or you can try to turn the spindle counter-clockwise a short distance. http://h10010.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/document?lc=en&dlc=en&cc=us&docname=bph07107&product=3744230#N1057 Lkcls (author)  lemonie6 years agoReplyNo, the beep noise can happen hours after startup, and it can sometimes be hours in between beeps.didgitalpunk kcls5 years agoReplywhat is yourmotherboard number and is it It should be listed by it's name or Serial Number which you can google to find out the maker. Normal Hard Drive Sounds

I was at work when my laptop suddenly started to act particularly strange. Seagate and Maxtor-brand hard drives do not contain audio speakers. When that completes, you should dispose of the contaminated drive. http://p2pzone.net/hard-drive/need-new-hard-drive-for-laptop-w-windows-xp.html Sorry There was an error emailing this page.

This problem may happen with any laptop belonging to different companies. Hard Drive Clicking Noise About half an hour later, the hard drive failed audibly and the laptop... Don't worry, the noise will pass—unless it doesn't.

The computer can be left alone or being used and these beeps happen.Burf kcls6 years agoReplyOkay, it has to be a hardware issue of some kind.

Otherwise, the physical installation is the problem. This is a common problem that happens or may happen with any laptop now and then. This may or not be hard drive related. Seatools Philip ash, Apr 3, 2016 #9 (You must log in or sign up to reply here.) Show Ignored Content Your name or email address: Do you already have an account?

If you hear any of these sounds and even suspect it is a hard drive, if you can still access the drive, immediately perform a backup The PC Backup & Restore To fix power issues, you can try the following: Use a powered hub. If you have a good HDD you can swap with the one you now have, you can try that as a test. http://p2pzone.net/hard-drive/my-windows-8-toshiba-laptop-is-ruiend.html sort by: active | newest | oldestjanderek4 years agoReplyIts seems that your RAM or memory is not properly inserted.Mostly beeping error is from memory.

Ask The Experts What Can I Do When My Hard Drive Makes Unusual Noises? Hardware & Devices Our Sites Site Links About Us Find Us Vista Forums Eight Forums Ten Forums Help Me Bake Network Status Contact Us Legal Privacy and cookies Windows 7 Forums Facebook Twitter Pinterest Stumbleupon Whatsapp Email Advertisement There are many indicators one can take note of when diagnosing computer problems. Same goes for RAM.

If the speaker cord isn’t entirely plugged into the jack, you're going to get a lot of feedback through the speakers. All my drivers where up to date, and I tried streaming with everything that was not necesary closed, the problem was still there. Normal Drive Sounds There are a few types of sounds that occur during the normal operation of a mechanical hard drive which include: A whining noise when the drive is spinning My System Specs gregrocker View Public Profile Find More Posts by gregrocker 15 Dec 2012 #7 yejohn Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit 18 posts yeah, it seems that you

He was started AUI as a passion but it's now empowering thousands of daily readers. Solid-state drives (SSDs) do not have moving parts such as motors, bearings, and actuators which are the sources of the sounds you hear in mechanical drives. When your fan goes aflutter The usual hum and whir that most people associate with the sound of a PC come from the case fans and coolers for the vital components. In the future make a WIn7 backup image of the completed Ultimate install so you can reimage the HD or its replacement in 20 minutes instead of reinstalling.

I have exactly the same problem and I noticed last 2 time that I was streaming with OBS. If you do not hear any sounds at all, this is another case for the pros. Try to get rid of these failures to stop the beeping noise coming from your laptop. 2. Please help, I did what I could but nothing is working, I tried uninstalling it but that also didn't work please help!

For the Courageous or Foolhardy If you are bold, there are a few things you could try to recover data from the drive yourself. During the Power-On Self-Test (POST) process, video circuitry is initialized before hard drives. I used to live on a boat with my family cruising the east coast and the Bahamas. I tried to find the origin of the noise, and I think it came from my Internal hard drive sector, and thus decided to open the sector up (in hindsight I

Power down the system again. If you cannot hear the drive spin up and the actuator movements, the drive may have bad bearings or be experiencing stiction. Now, my laptop is still doing the same noise.