is my computer dying? Tags: Homebuilt Computer Systems Last response: May 3, 2007 10:28 PM in Systems Share corey1505 May 3, 2007 10:06:45 PM I just built a new computer in the last month and I have been getting this clicking noise pretty consistently when I am just getting into windows and some other times too. It is the type of noise you hear when your computer turns off completely, or at least what I use to hear I dunno if it happens with everyones computer or why it happens. I'm just curious why its doing that and if its something that could cause me problems in the future. I haven't had any problems with my new system so far. More about : computer dying Detson May 3, 2007 10:28:50 PM If its been going on from the start, it's probably just routine hard-drive noise. I'd only worry if it changed suddenly. I'd just back-up my data and not worry about it. There are HD silencers which might muffle the noise if it bothers you. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedDying to dead computer component, not sure what. Forum SolvedHard drive possibly dying - computer slowing down significantly Forum SolvedIs My Computer Dying? Forum SolvedComputer dying when I play games Forum SolvedComputer Dying?? :( Forum I think my Computer is Dying Forum SolvedDownloaded netgear software, computer dying. Forum SolvedMy computer keeps dying Forum SolvedComputer Freezes, Suspecting a dying HD Forum SolvedGraphic artist with dying computer Forum Computer Dying?? - MUCH slower, stuck on welcome, stuck on shutdown? Forum SolvedComputer Dies.. PS Hot to the Touch... Dying PS? Forum Computer is crashing, maybe dying? Forum Help me my computer is dying on me! Forum Is My Computer Dying? Forum My computer is dying ...and I'm getting a lil' stressed. So riddle me this Batman... Forum Is my computer dying? Forum Do you think the Personal Computer is dying? Forum My computer is dying Forum Is my computer dying? Forum More resources Read discussions in other Systems categories Homebuilt New Build Prebuilt Cases Power Supplies RAM CyberPower !