|22nd July 2021, 04:19 AM||#21|
Join Date: Mar 2011
Thanks for your guidance, and patience, NareshBrd.
My computer a bit havoc recently...M.2 SSD is not detected upon initial start up of the day, and after removed the M.2 SSD for 1-2 weeks, the computer need to be "charged" for ~10min before it can boot up. Initially, I thought my PSU is dying, but I read somewhere that that it can be due to faulty HDD. So, I removed the HDD (I suspected it because it has bad sector, and I have been using it since 2009).
After I removed the dying HDD, my PC sprint back to life. I can use the M.2 SSD, and it can boot up immediately after power on.
Therefore, I suspect that it may be due to the dying HDD that caused motherboard power not to be stable, and hence caused the random popping sound from the speaker.
I will monitor the situation; I have not touched anything on the glue/solder.
Thanks again for your patience and help.
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