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My celsius r610 hard drive is so noisy ,it's always been, I've had it for about 4 years. It does make some grinding noise and regular tapping noise.. I just dont know if the hard drive's been on the verge of failing for all these years or if this is just a very noisy computer..? heelp !

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Yes I fear it is going to fail soon, I suggest you backup immediately, and prepare for failure, Drives should NOT make any noise at all, apart from the usual, soft whirring noises.
As I say if it is making Tapping noises that means the heads are crashing into the stops inside the HDD. That is indeed a sign of it's about to fail, especially if it has NEVER made this sound before. I would advise you to NOT use the PC, and do the backup as quickly as possible, you can then put the backed up data onto the new drive...
Good luck.
Please find below some links to assist you, in backing up and Cloning the new drive.for your convenience.
www.makeuseof.com/.../5-ways-to-clone-and-copy-your-hard-drive/
http://www.thefreecountry.com/utilities/backupandimage.shtml

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