My HDD sounds loud.

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    I checked on what percent my CPU is running and its 40% sometime it revs up to 60%. my fan is constantly running and loud. I used a spyware check and ran my antivirus and cleared some infect and threats, but still doing the samething. Does anyone know what else I can do?

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    Is it actually your HDD or CPU ?

    as the thread titles misleading :LOL:
     
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    Its actually my hdd and I dont have many programs running. Usually just chrome.

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    Usually most HDD starting make alot of noise when their on there way out , try defragging it etc first though
     
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    My HDD used to do that, only when i used certain programs. Then eventually always did. But then calmed down and is running normally.
     
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    Ok. Is there anything else I should try?

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    tomato ketchup and a burger heat them up for 60seconds then drizzle milk over then proceed to throw in a sink full of soapy water it works for me :eek: :LOL:

    jokin lol

    try a defrag n see if that helps any
    as was posted earllier it might just be showing its age
     
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    This is not the first time this happened, the only difference is when I start up laptop and everything loads it does it.

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    Lol I saw the video. Its my wife laptop. If she saw me do that mu nuts would be on a hot iron. I will try the defrag when I get home.

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    Its probably dying like mine did on my old laptop it started to make very loud noises then it started to make clicking noises the last few days before it went out also defragmenting will only clear space up and make it run faster for a short period of time its best to buy a new one ready for when that one goes try and save your stuff before it shits its guts out lol
     
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    That sucks I might buy a external hdd. That would work with laptop if the internal hdd fails?

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    Yes if you install windows onto it before it goes but running it off of you external will be slow as a snail depending on the quality of the drive of course but still wont be as fast as the internal
     
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    I see. Is it possible for someone experienced to change internal battery?

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