@asengel18 asked 5 months ago.

How to fix laptop hard drive clicking noise?

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@ragchowdary answered 5 months ago.

The clicking sound is because the hard drive's spindle motor is failing. The spindle motor is the part of the hard drive that spins the hard drive's magnetic platter. The clicking sound is the sound of the read/write head of the hard drive moving over the platter.

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@excostello23 answered 5 months ago.

The first thing you should check is whether or not the clicking noise is coming from the hard drive itself. You can easily tell if the clicking is coming from the hard drive by simply listening to it. If the clicking is coming from the hard drive, then you need to open up your laptop and replace it.

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@Vaasu answered 5 months ago.

Here are a few things you can try to fix the clicking noise: Disconnect the hard drive from the laptop and then plug it back in. If you plug it in without connecting it to the laptop, it will not spin up and spin down.
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@elalfonso11 answered 5 months ago.

There are three main factors that cause the hard drive to make a clicking noise. The first of these factors is the spinning of the hard drive, which is powered by the hard drive’s motor. The second is the head of the hard drive, which is also powered by the hard drive’s motor.

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@elgustafson11 answered 5 months ago.

When your hard drive clicks, the physical damage is complete. It may not be possible to replace. If you try to repair the hard drive by clicking your own hard drive or run a data recovery program while the hard drive is clicked, you may lose all your data.

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