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    Quote Originally Posted by reQuiem View Post
    I know this thread now has s SOLVED stamp on it but what I dont get is the Laser Beam Effect? what is this, I've never heard of this.
    I think I can answer this, as it sounds very similar to a problem I've had. It sounds like a cross between a high-pitched buzz and a whine. My Maxtor drive would do this before it died outright (complete with the momentary freezes of my computer). I think it was actually powering down then powering back up again (whether mechanical failure or simply overheating, I'm not sure).

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