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Nope... i thought so to but thats not the problem i had that happen to me in the past but i fixed it. the problem that is occuring to me right now is the green light that is in back of the machine is going on and off preety quikly. it is also doing that clicking sound what i was talking about. its something that i have never heard or seen before. can u please help me???

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Thats a bit different i guess. Is the light on your power supply or is it somewhere else? Once you can identify where the light is it can lead to the problem. If its a card then the card isnt working properly. I know the only light on the back of my PC is my ethernet connection light. If it is on your powersupply do you experience any kind of power loss when it clicks? If its not directly noticeable then hit ctrl/alt/delete and bring up the windows task manager, from there click the performance tab at top and see if anything drops or peaks when the clicking is happening.

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