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When turning on or off there is a loud whirring. Sounds like a loud computer hard drive. What might it be?

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Have you check like something disturbing, if hard drive, is broken..

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The harddrive is a Small rectangular silver or black box on the inside of the case towards the front. If the loud noises have started coming from there then the Harddrive is going bad, and you might want to back up your data immediatly.

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