Question about Sony FZ Computers & Internet
Allen: You say Clicking....and evidently no activity whatsoever?
Is the same thing happening with or without the power supply attached? Is the power Cell (internal battery) charged and previously working? If So...the hard Drive was damaged and failing. A clicking noise from the drive indicates a power surge or other damage to the drive prevents it from Booting. The drive will need to be replaced and you can do it yourself. It slides out from the drive port and simply replace it with a new drive. Once that is done, you will need to put an operating system (Win7 or 8.1) on the new drive and install all of the previous programs once again. Clicking drives will not be accessed and all of you data will be lost. No way to recover that! If you need help...seek me out and I will take you through the steps to get going again. The "DaytonComputerDoctor" at Hotmail.com
Posted on Jan 03, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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