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I've never heard anything quite like that before. It's definitely not coming from the hard drive. It sounds like some sort of feedback and interference coming from the sound (audio system).

Remove all external sound cards, speakers, microphones, or whatever else you have attached (if anything) and see if the sound goes away and freezing stops.

Freezes are usually caused by hardware - memory, hard drive, bad video, etc. But it can also be generated by software.
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