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TrevorBubblesJul 25, 2013, 7:43 PM Hey all back again. Rules Posts consisting only of a title/link will be deleted. It is a 465GB Western Digital Harddrive (WDC) and it has 96GB free space. kony, Nov 25, 2007 #10 brett Guest On Nov 25, 5:05 am, kony <> wrote: > On Sat, 24 Nov 2007 22:23:38 -0800 (PST), brett > > <> wrote: > >>

Live Chat The live chat is transitioning to freenode and can be accessed here! That said, the readings that Speedfan is providing do no sync up exactly with the noise that I am hearing. FoucheyJul 23, 2013, 5:26 PM That should be enough RAM. Because I do not have the necessary expertise to remove the video card, I took it back to the local technician.

My Computer Keeps Revving Up And Down

No luck there. evonguggOct 5, 2009, 9:38 PM Check if the free disk space is diminuishing. I've watched using Task Manager and Process Explorer but can't see anything unusual. Facebook Google+ Twitter YouTube Subscribe to TechSpot RSS Get our weekly newsletter Search TechSpot Trending Hardware The Web Culture Mobile Gaming Apple Microsoft Google Reviews Graphics Laptops Smartphones CPUs Storage Cases

For whatever reason, one or both of the HDs has been constantly crunching. PC Review Home Newsgroups > Hardware > Computer Hardware > Home Home Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Articles Articles Quick Links Search Some things to note, the model# for this machine is EMC No 2374. Then I booted back into Vista and still get only one monitor >> but now it is 8bit color at 800x600 and I can't change it.

Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? My Computer Sounds Like It's Revving Up Trusted Techs Proven-skills collaborators will have their usernames marked with a . Any ideas? http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-2131191/hard-drive-revs-clicks-slows-repeats.html Tell them you support a bipartisan bill.

help Mar 22, 2006 Motherboard fan making strange noise Nov 12, 2003 Revving noise on Dell XPS 8300 Nov 30, 2013 Add New Comment You need to be a member to Some HDs rev up and then > click. Was this answer helpful? yes, 'sounds' like a fan. **The variable noise deal: some fans are supposed to turn on and off as needed - this is normal.

My Computer Sounds Like It's Revving Up

Just needed to reinstall the video card drivers. >Sometimes when you update the BIOS the OS will > rediscover devices and you might have to re-install drivers. > > Any luck My PC is over 5 years old. My Computer Keeps Revving Up And Down Please try the request again. Computer Making Revving Noise Was this answer helpful?

The PC has 2 cooling fans, 1 for > the HD and 1 other. They replaced both the motherboard and hard drive (the tech swapped the original hard drive back in prior to me sending it to HP), and sent the computer back to me. We have a chance to help the environment and stand up for local repair jobs—the corner mom-and-pop repair shops that keep getting squeezed out by manufacturers. For whatever reason, one or both of the HDs has been constantly > >crunching.

SakkuraJul 24, 2013, 3:00 PM HDDs can be quite loud. I reassembled the machine, plugged it in, and booted it up...same issue. Ask a question and give support. I can hold the HD and it is dead silent, > still and cooler than the primary.

Please be as specific as possible. It Clicks and Delays when Powering up and solved Whenever I plug-in my external hard drive, internet connection slows down. Find out who represents you in Wyoming's legislature.

The sound of the revs does seem to correspond to the jumps in CPU usage.

Ask a new question Read More Hard Drives Western Digital Storage Related Resources Hard drive constantly spins up and down. Some mounts are fastened with dealios like "brads," or "rivets," that are one-time-use, and so cannot be backed-out and re-used, like a screw could. Joy, but sooner, while I was transferring data from a back up hard drive, my main drive (WD Green 1TB, the one with the problem.) Began making that obnoxious problem. Use common sense.

Tell them repair is good for farmers, good for consumers, and good for businesses. When I carry out the same tasks and have a look at the CPU usage, it jumps to the same percentages but there are no more revving sounds. At first I ignored it, but it got irritating. Sparky Haste799May 5, 2014, 8:44 AM Here's the story.

When your tractor breaks or your cell phone stops working, they want to be the only people who can fix it. I then checked all the connectors and made sure everything looked ok. Will post back results. > BTW, why would you tell us what graphics card you have but not what CPU? Preview my answer Post my answer View Statistics: Past 24 Hours: 0 Past 7 Days: 2 Past 30 Days: 15 All Time: 12,863 25,157 Free Manuals 95,560 Solutions 7,327 Devices iFixit

Perhaps > >>>> updating the BIOS is in order also. Should i start backing up anything that isnt backed up.Thanks, TW 14 answers Last reply Jul 25, 2013 Best Answer Jul 24, 2013 More about hard drive revs SakkuraJul 23, 2013, If two drives do it on two different ports with a bigger PSU/different power connector then it ain't the drive and it probably ain't the mobo, it's the settings. Dismiss Notice TechSpot Forums Forums TechSpot Core Build a PC Today's Posts Computer is making a "revving" noise (fanissue?) Bymisterwinter · 4 replies Feb 13, 2011 Post New Reply Hello everyone,

TheDraacJul 24, 2013, 2:23 AM Are you sure the sounds you hear are coming from the hard drive and not your CPU cooling fan. However I'm pretty confident what you need is a new set of fan. Hi FoucheyI said id get back to ye to update ye. My 2009 iMac had hard drive failure and Apple wants $300 to put a $99 hard drive into it.

Something else is getting hot, that's why the fan is speeding up. but I don't suggest it, since it doesn't always brought success. Tell them you support the bipartisan Fair Repair Act, LB 67. Useful Searches Recent Posts Options Please select a forum to jump to News and Article Discussion MacRumors.com News Discussion Mac Blog Discussion

I went out to get a new motherboard, and I bought myself a gigabyte 990FXA-UD3, and installed it in my case. Just after that, I put the video card in. It is set to use the external video card (the one I added) so no change there.