Noise Tags: Hard Drives Cases Storage Last response: December 19, 2012 4:58 PM in Storage Share let it rain December 19, 2012 4:36:31 PM I hear a clicking noise coming from my case and my windows will not load properly. Realizing this is not a ton of information, does anyone know what this might be? More about : noise ss202sl a c 80 G Storage December 19, 2012 4:49:47 PM Maybe a failed hard drive(click of death). Do you get any errors? let it rain December 19, 2012 4:58:35 PM The first time I tried to start it I got error code: 0xc0000098 and told me that file: msrpc.sys was missing. The second time I tried to start and repair the error code given was: 0xc000000f and file: \Windows\system32\winload.exe missing. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedHDD makes a quick squeaking noise when starting/powering on. Forum SolvedLow Noise Adapter for Noctua fan with Splitter Forum SolvedWeird noise on boot, sometimes freezes Forum SolvedMsi Gaming Laptop Fan Noise Forum SolvedMy PSU is making strange noise(like a writing hard drive) Forum SolvedDisk boot failure with a funny noise from my HDD on every startup! Forum SolvedGigabyte GTX 660 noise Forum SolvedASUS GTX 770 Overheating and Making Buzzing Noise Forum SolvedKraken x40 noise Forum SolvedClosed loop CPU Water cooler with silent pump noise. Forum SolvedCorsair CS 650 Intermittent Fan Noise When Blowing Vertically Forum SolvedMouse making odd noise?? Forum SolvedCorsair H60 buzzing noise Forum SolvedHard Disk noise loud , Please read :) ! Forum Solvedbuzzing noise from my gpu Forum SolvedHard Disk making noise , Please read :) ! Forum SolvedCroaking Noise on PSU? Forum SolvedWhich low noise fans are compatible with Fractal Design R4's front fan position(s)? Forum SolvedPC made a popping noise, turns off randomly and is very hot! Forum SolvedASUS DIRECTCU II - GIGABTE WINDFORCE 3 ON 770/780 GTX FAN NOISe? Forum More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !