NB100 - clicking on disc

I have a 11R NB100 which means its netbook remix running linux that comes with it.

Disc one fact can simple click from all few seconds at every 30 to 90 seconds (but no flashing light) - only noticeable when the drive is idle - looks the player trying to park managers or such nonsense.

Very annoying as his strong enough and seems to have quite the most hottest, it gets!

By looking at the disk smart info looks the charge cycle the number increases by 1.

193 Load_Cycle_Count 0 x 0032 098 098 000 Old_age always - 27398

I found a fair bit of inconclusive things on google, but seems to relate to aggressive power management. I found doing the following in a terminal seems to ease the situation to some extent, but it does not cure.

sudo hdparm-B254-S240/dev/sda

BIOS is V1.10

Has anyone else noticed this on them. I can't imagine this makes the player a lot of good, but this just click annoys the hell out of me.

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Hello!

These clicks are normally causes of a failed HARD drive. In your case I would backup the data on another storage medium.

You can check the disk with Drive Fitness Test:
http://www.HitachiGST.com/HDD/support/download.htm#DFT

Try it and post your result.

Good bye

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