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Po-tech
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      09-14-2008, 08:14 PM
There are lots of reasons why a hard drive can make clicking noise,
and yes, the most common reason is malfunctioning head stack (either a
head itself or the preamplifier chip that is located on the head
stack). But there are chances that the problem is not the head stack.
http://electronic-day.blogspot.com/2...ard-drive.html
 
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      09-16-2008, 10:49 AM
Phil Weldon wrote:
> 'spaul43' wrote:
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>> nice information...
>> thanks for sharing....

> _____
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> You're joking, right?
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> Phil Weldon
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The guy is selling a "marijuana vaporizer" in his
spammed links, so maybe he was "high" when he
wrote that :-)

Paul
 
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