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Mac Pro - MacPro disk drive sounds scratchy at startup


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When I power my MacBook pro on, the disk drive sounds scratchy. I've been burning some DVD's a couple of them might have been a little dirty. Could this be the problem?

The drive works fine but just sounds funny when it starts up. Is there anything I can do for it?

Thanks, MTK
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