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Check and make sure its not the fan making the noise,if it is it may need cleaning or replacing.

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Locate the Microphone from the control panel and reduce or mute the microphone volume.

Control Panel, Harware and sound, Manage audio devices,recording

adjust the Voulme there.

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SOURCE: My Acer Aspire makes a click noise then it shuts off it's not over heating help?

When a hard disk makes a clicking sound and the computer does not detect it then the hard disk is faulty. This is commonly known as "The click of death".
There is no way of fixing this hard drive, if you need to recover your data, then there are companies that can recover data off faulty hard drives BUT it will cost you an arm and a leg for their services.

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Locate the Microphone from the control panel and reduce or mute the microphone volume.

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