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I noticed that lately my Sony notebook makes a high pitch sound for a short moment twice in a role and when this happens my PC laggs each time I hear that sound. This happens when I' am on using internet explorer and when it's loading the website. I wonder if this is my hard drive or something else. I hope nothin bad will happen. I currently using the Sony PCG-R505ESP notebook and I do take care of it even it's 8 years old. Btw this high pitch sound is very small sound. You can hear it when the room is quiet.
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capacitor or something like that. Does it usually make the noise if you scroll down a page? I don't know if it can be fixed, but I'm pretty sure it doesn't mean the notebook is on its way to becoming a brick.
    
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Well I think I know what you are talking about but it's not that since after the page is loaded I can go up or down the page and no sound comes out. It only happens when I try to go up and down the page while it's still loading the website but after that I can move it and I don't hear is anymore unless I click a new link and then move the page right away before it's completed.
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Could be coil whine. I get it on my old laptop from 2000 when im browsing a web page and scrolling up or down.
    
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Actualy I noticed now that even if I don't do anything meaning just goto a website and when it's loading it makes that sound by it's self. I think anything the webpage is loading a new page this happens. But what's funny is not all websites do this some websites do this. Sometimes it doesn't happen on the same website and sometimes it does. I wonder if this is something I need to worry about or is everything working and just ignore it.
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This actualy happend now but it happened even if the page is already loaded. It seems like it could happen anytime when I' am browsing the web. Eather way I hope nothin bad will happen in the long run. But if you guys think I should not worry about it then that means everything is ok.
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I guess this happens the most when the page is trying to load and I move the page down or so. But I guess no one knows if this is problem or is it just something happens to older machine but nothin is wrong with it.
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coil whine (as stated above). 8 years is a long time for a lappy to live for keep data backed up and dont leave it on for long periods of time, should be good for another year or two
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