Question about Dell Dimension E510 Dual Core 2.8 Ghz (847403171179) PC Desktop
Posted by Anonymous on
Sounds like a bad hard drive or a bad CPU Fan. Try a different hard drive in the machine, and see if the machine boots up without making that sound and locking up. If it does then that means the original hard drive is bad.
If its not the hard drive then, replace the CPU fan and see if the sound goes away, if it does then you know the CPU Fan is bad.
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