Question about Iomega 33089 250 GB Hard Drive
My hard drive is making a churning noise. We have two in the office, which get changed once in a while, both make this noise. Can you help, when I change them over is there a program that I have to go into to get it running.
There is an arm in a harddisk that holds the read-write heads. This arm can move
the heads to tracks near the hub or near the edge of the disk. A normal
hard disk is 5 inches (12.5 cm) or so in diameter. This arm, therefore,
can move about 2 inches (5 cm) across the face of the disk.
The speed at which this arm can move is astonishing. The arm is very
light, and its actuator is powerful and precise. The arm can slide
across the face of the disk hundreds of times per second if it needs
As the hard-disk arm moves back and forth rapidly, it sets up vibrations that our ears hear as sounds.
Posted on Dec 04, 2007
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