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i just bought a very brand new imac, so often i heard the sound from the the inside of the machine, i think it's a hard drive sound every annoying. how can i get rid of it? if i can't fix it my own i may bring it back to the store
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It's either completely normal - or not something you should even try to fix yourself since you just bought it. If you are convinced the noise is not consistent with regular HDD noises - then you should go ahead and take it back to the store.
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I just bought mine aas well and the only time the hard drive made noise was when I tried to transfer 360gb of movies all at once. I'm thinking its a normal sound.
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i just bought a very brand new imac, so often i heard the sound from the the inside of the machine, i think it's a hard drive sound every annoying. how can i get rid of it? if i can't fix it my own i may bring it back to the store
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