Question about HP Computers & Internet
This is usually caused by two things - overheating on the drive or a faulty thermal sensor depending on which fan is doing all the work - is it a new machine? if still under warranty I would return for servicing. Hard drives do generate a lot of heat - - try improving the airflow to the case also.
Posted on Nov 30, 2008
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