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    Posted: 26 Dec 2014 at 1:39pm
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Ok, here lately, I have been having problems with my computer not wanting to start - it tries to do the system restore sometimes. When I boot the computer, the computer makes noises - sounds like a shredder almost. My software is:
Second Life
Arc (STO)
Bitdefender - acting out
Internet Explorer
Chrome
Lockdown Browser (school related)
Microsoft Office
NVDA (screen reader for the blind)
Gimp

I am very frustrated :S Possible ideas?
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Does the computer make it to the Windows logo or is there nothing but a black screen? The shredding sound is either from a fan or a bad hard drive. You could download a ubuntu OS on a flash drive and boot from that to rule out the hard drive.
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It does give the window logo - but then it goes black and asks me to do a system restore. I will download the Ubuntu today and try that!
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Weird noises and contact repairs makes me think it is a bad hard drive. If you know how to replace the hard drive and are under warranty go to eRMA HERE   I can't tell if you are under parts warranty since you did not enter your customer/order number when you submitted your posts.
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