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I >>can't make it start, and nothing I've tried will make it stop. External hard drive shuts down at start up Why have hard drive prices gone up? If you can open up the case and pinpoint where it's coming from, we'd be able to help you better. You'll be able to chat with other enthusiasts and get tech help from other members.

Each time it revs up it stays at that rev. FoucheyJul 23, 2013, 3:22 PM To answer your last question yes I would start backing your data up. You definitely should get at least 1 gig of RAM. P4 + 512MB and Vista don't mix well.

My Computer Keeps Revving Up And Down

Helpful Comment? 0 0 Sign up for a Slickdeals account to remove this ad. Either CPU fan, chassis fan or even the power supply fan. Must be at least 3 letters or numbers. Let us know how it works out good luck.

I only have them on here after following the instructions on the "first things first" thread. Typically a pulse can be felt through the chassis every second or two as the drive tries (but fails) to get the platter motor to start. Is it just a noisy HD? Speedfan I have to stop typing and wait for the typed words to appear.

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And this computer was purchased to replace the other one that burnt up. markwpMay 7, 2015, 3:28 AM Afterburner is great - I use it on my desktop rig. TrevorBubblesJul 24, 2013, 3:09 PM Fouchey said: You probably are hearing the CPU cooling fan if it is really THAT noticeable. solved Hard drives spins down, up, down when shutting down.

My Computer Sounds Like It's Revving Up

You just carefully plug it in. Helpful Comment? 0 0 GoneForNow Joined Jan 2007 in your world. 13,256 Posts Follow User Send Message View Profile Posts Created Threads Started 12-27-2007 at 10:10 PM #4 When you hear My Computer Keeps Revving Up And Down Sign in to make your opinion count. Computer Making Revving Noise Easy way to tell is to get a paper towel tube, hold one end to your ear and put the other end near one fan at a time.

Show more Language: English Content location: United States Restricted Mode: Off History Help Loading... However, the revving has gone on since day one, long before there were installed. All Rights Reserved Tom's Hardware Guide ™ Ad choices Articles & News Forum Graphics & Displays CPU Components Motherboards Games Storage Overclocking Tutorials All categories Chart For IT Pros Get You keep a > CD or DVD in the drive? Computer Sounds Like It's Always Loading Something

As Nontek advises DO NOT put any objects into the PSU whether to stop the fan or not - it is dangerous! Or do you have a wired or wireless ethernet connection to it? Once again, I ran Speedfan, and I am seeing that "Fan1" is occasionally going from around 1760RPM to around 1950RPM. http://magicnewspaper.com/my-computer/why-does-the-default-sound-keep-randomly-playing.html And to be honest, I don't know wth to do with them.

It's not a USB. Copy Link Copied to Clipboard Skip navigation Sign inSearch Loading... Nevertheless, back up your data ASAP, and complain to WD if the drive breaks.

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The disk is a 2.5" WD 500Gb and only about 6 months old, to replace a previous dead (clicking) HDD. It is the case and/or CPU cooling fans which are under automatic control to speed up when the internal temperature rises, then slow down as temp falls. Ask a question and give support. S.M.A.R.T is enabled/disabled?

It will work like a single sided stethoscope and help you be sure which one is running up.Once you are sure which fan is speeding up, we can address the proper KMA Joined Sep 2006 L9: Master 5,935 Posts 13,230 Reputation Give Rep Follow User Send Message View Profile Posts Created Threads Started Original Poster 12-27-2007 at 10:53 PM #9 Quote from hard drive always spin, so the noise should be present all the time - they do spin more and less, as they are accessed, but the drive platters are on a Look through each of the tutorials and see which may help you.

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