Need help to understand what makes that sound

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  1. nakedear macrumors newbie

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    Does it come from the left palm rest (location of HDD)? Does it happen while the MBP is stationary and not moved or hit?
    And can you offer a less disturbed recording, as one might not really know what "ping sound" you mean?

    And what exact MBP model do you have?
     
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  4. nakedear, Nov 14, 2010
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    Ou, sorry that I not describe all normaly :)) ( I have MBP mac book pro 15''/2,53 GHz/4GB/320GB/) ;

    spinnerlys: it comes from left top side ! Hdd is in right bottom side(hdd is ok)! It happens when I do something sound appear, and when I open mac book pro corps it disappear and I can't wait when it again appear to hear from where it exactly come! I think when I open corps temperature stay less and it not beeping , I try to work with opened corps and after time it appear again but when I lift up MPB to hear from where it came it disappears! That sound hard to record ! When I make mac book in very strong charge sound not appear it appear in medium charge! Sorry about my language :))

    ok I try to read all! Thanks!
     
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    Yeah, I always forget the orientation, as I visualise it open (I just opened it last week to put an SSD into my MBP, and hear no sounds). :)

    What is "corps temperature"?
     
  6. nakedear, Nov 14, 2010
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    corps temperature when it appear is about 60 degree, that is CPU temp.
    But it appear and disappear and in 80 degree it, appear disappear!
     

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