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    How to know your Hard disk defects with its noise..?

    This is a guest post by Mahender who blogs at StepsandTips. If you would like to write for NiharsWorld, check our guest posting guidelines.


    Every one can agrees the Hard Drive importance in the computer. All the data currently we are working before taking the backup is stored basically in Hard Disk only. We can’t imagine the time of crashing and damaging of our Hard Disk. According to the website Datacent.com, hard disk noises tells every thing about the Disk.

    How to check your Hard Disk Noise

    Be active when your Hard Disk started making noise. Take all the data backup immediately. Then go for datacent to know more about your Drive condition. You can check all the reputed brands like Seagate, samsung, western digital, Maxtor, Hitachi, IBM, Toshiba, Fujistu, Quantam Hard disk models.

    All the Problems of your hard disk like Bad heads clunking, head crash clicks, stuck spindle, bad preamplifier chip, unstable heads, bad bearings, failing heads,seized spindle, degraded media, failing bearings, bad media can be checked with noise of your Hard Disk.

    Click on the model of your Hard disk. It takes you to the page which explains about the problem in details. Then click on the arrow like buttons to listen the sounds(observe the screenshot). If your hard disk making the same noise then you can know the problem of your hard disk.

    Hard disk noise detection

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    If you loss any data then follow the four steps process, datacent will look after everything. More than 95% of data recovery cases are successfully handled here. Datacent won’t charge anything for you if data is unable to recovered.

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