|Oct 22, 2008, 02:19 PM||#1|
Laptop always "Vibrating?"
ive never had a laptop before but ive noticed when i kept my laptop in my lap, i could feel it vibrating a little. its not violent or anything but im thinking its the hard drive. is the hard drive supposed always be spinning fast enough where u can feel the laptop move a little?
well the vibration is not to to the point where im like "omg" but its like a little 'hum' feeling... i unno if that was a good explanation but yeah
MBA 13" i5
iMac 24" 2.16
iPhone 4 Verizon
|Oct 22, 2008, 02:22 PM||#3|
All laptops will have something inside that will move, if it's not the hard-drive then it's the fan. Even on notebooks with solid-state drives, they still have the fan that will spin.
Therefore I think it's perfectly normal for it to vibrate a little... if you think it's vibrates alot! Stick in a CD-ROM/DVD!! Though, Apple does recommend you don't use their portable computers on your lap.
|Oct 22, 2008, 02:28 PM||#4|
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