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Buzzing noise on and off about every 2mins ( New desk top computer ) Is this normal?

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  • stokess Sep 27, 2008

    Does This Mean Something is going to Fail

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Yes this is very normal ..it usually come from ur hard disc when it moves or process something.
so dont worry about it ...nothing is goin to fail ..i have same noise from last 6 yrs in my desktop ..never had any problem ...so enjjjjjjjjjoy
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