These audible sounds are indicators that your http://www.dataclinic.co.uk. However if your Apple Mac laptop or PC is using a SSD (Solid State Disk), then there will be no audible indications whatsoever. You will see a “?” mark on your Mac screen when you start up your Mac computer.
Mac computers have optional magnetic hard disks, solid state devices or a combination of the two. If your Mac hard disk drive is of the mechanical variety and has failed you will probably hear a buzzing, clicking or faint bleeping noise.
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