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Hey,

SO I'm not sure if anyone else's macbook makes noises but I'm new to mac and was hoping someone could help explain the noises. SO on a regular basis I hear a clapping noise. It only happens once at a time. It's not junk mail coming in - could it be 'apple hot news?'. But then I've been in Mail and it's made the clapping noise with nothing coming in.

Then the other noise is a hooting sound. IT's only happened twice. BUt bizaar as it sounds, my computer has hooted at me. It hoots like 5 times then stops. I've reset safari, cleared my cache - not sure what it is and the noises are random to me.

Please if anyone can fill me in on what my computer is doing, it would be great.

Thanks!

Jayne
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