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Strange sounds commming from my computer!

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The is a crackling sound comming from my computer! It sounds almost like the hard disk, but its not, I checked.
I also already replaced the Display card and still the same wierd sound! I think it is the motherboard.

PLEASE HELP! I NEED TO GET THE COMPUTER FIXED IN LESS THAN
24 HOURS!
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is it due to you coolong fan as well? Make sure it is tightly intact.
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No! I checked the cooling fan. When I stop the fan from spinning while the computer is running. I still hear the funny sound! Thank you for trying!
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No! I checked the cooling fan. When I stop the fan from spinning while the computer is running. I still hear the funny sound! Thank you for trying!
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other devices that attached to your system might have cause this probem i.e. floppy, cd-rom. for now, try to remove everything except the processor, mobo, graphic card. Reboot and listen if the annoying sound still ther. Then follow by placing back your hardisk as well. Make sure all your component is tightly intact. Proceed with ther rest of the component.

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Thank you man, you saved my life! I should have, but did not think about doing that!
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glad i could help here. But which device causes the sound anyware?
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