Question about Toshiba Satellite A665-S6093 Laptop
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A lot of the models in the A665 laptop series have a sensor and software installed on the computer that senses when the computer is motion ( a g-sensor) the point of this sensor is to lock the platters in the hard drive to prevent the most damage possible if the laptop is dropped. you should be able to access toshiba software manager for this and either disable or remove the notifications.
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When you move the laptop, the hard drive protection kicks in and the read/write heads go into park position freezing the laptop for a fracture of second. Apparenlty this causing the sound to statter.
You can disable the hard drive protection for a while and see if it fixes the problem.
Also, try reducing the movement detection sensetivity in the hard drive protection utility.
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