Hard disk Tags: Hard Drives Boot Storage Last response: October 29, 2010 5:19 PM in Storage Share sitender kumar October 29, 2010 4:12:01 AM my hard disk is not detecting& make a noise at the boot time. More about : hard disk will14 October 29, 2010 5:19:34 PM Is the noise a grinding mechanical error or is it the BIOS and pc speaker beeping. Sounds like it is toast and has mechanical failure. If the BIOS isn't recognizing it then the best chance you have is throwing it in the freezer and plugging it into another computer\external enclosure to try to get the data off. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedCritical HARD DISK shall I upgrade and to what? Forum SolvedDear Sir, i have a operating system windows 7 ultimate my hard disk is not recognized so i want to format it Forum Solved[Battlefield] Can I install battlefield 4 from a disk onto my hard drive? [PC] Forum SolvedLaptop will not boot from hard disk Forum SolvedDoes my internal hard disk affect game performace? Forum SolvedSecond HDD detected in BIOS, not in Computer/Hard Disk Drives Forum SolvedGraphics Card Is Not Being Detected after Hard disk Replacement Forum SolvedHelp me to buy wd 1tb internal hard disk Forum SolvedWant to buy new 1tb hard disk Forum SolvedBIOS sees WD Green hard drive, disk management doesn't. Forum Solved4th slave hard disk error Forum SolvedHARD DISK ?? ALIVE OR DEAD wondering Forum SolvedData Recover From Formatted Hard Disk LINUXMINT Forum SolvedFiles are Missing from Newly created external HDD from Laptop Hard disk Forum SolvedDishtv recorder hard disk Forum SolvedHard Disk doesn't work in new computer and appear blue screen Forum SolvedWhich hard disk is better WD BLUE,OR WD GREEN AND WHY Forum SolvedWant to Buy new internal hard disk Forum SolvedPlease Suggest me to buy new hard disk Forum SolvedLooking for a best 1tb internal desktop hard disk wd or seagate Forum More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !