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Topic # 110987 22-Oct-2012 00:18

I bought a Toshiba satellite from Noel lemming on Monday 15 October. I noticed since day one I could hear the hard drive clicking , light clicks and clicked more as I opened say a browser or application. Is this something to be concerned about? I read that Noel lemming will allow me to exchange a purchase within 14 day's of purchase. I'm a bit worried as it's new and really wouldn't like the hard drive to fail on me. I did a disk check and it replaced some bad clusters however I can still hear the drive make that tick noise.



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75 posts

Master Geek
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  Reply # 705372 23-Oct-2012 21:48

FINAL UPDATE: It was bugging me some so decided to take it back then saw a toshiba I7 as I had I5 I decided to get that for an extra $40 so all good. Satisfied now. Thanks for the feed back everyone :)

PS. I know I am fussy :P

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