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Apple Notebooks Apple's notebook computers including MacBook Pro, MacBook, MacBook Air, PowerBook, and iBook.

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Hi, only had my mac about 2 weeks now but ive started hearing a little "clicking" sound coming from the harddrive every 20 secs or so... it def wasnt there before. any ideas?
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not good. clicks are never good. take it in if you have an apple store near you.

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it could be that 'hard drive dying' sound....back it up quick and bring that baby into the apple store!

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Needles crashing onto your disks? Heads not hovering smoothly? Any more of it and you might be in for a head crash. Backup as long as you can, and take it in.

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