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Clicking or Loud Audible Noise
Intermittent noises that occur during the operation of your laptop
Failing Hard Drive (HDD)
No worries, with the proper tooling and new hard drive replacement, this part can be replaced fairly easily.To repair click here MSI GS70 Hard Drive Replacement to access an easy to follow guide on replacing your Hard Drive. In addition, after repair, the laptop operating system will need to be reinstalled.
Not Powering Up
Laptop is not turning on
Defective Power Supply
If the laptop will not turn on, even when plugged into the power supply, the power supply will usually be the culprit. A new power supply will need to be purchased in this case.
If the laptop will not turn on when not plugged into the power supply. This could be an issue with the internal battery supply. The proper tooling and a replacement battery (same specifications with the existing battery required) this issue can be solved in a fairly easy repair process. Click here MSI GS70 Battery Replacement for an easy step by step guide on battery replacement.
Files can No Longer be Opened or Randomly Go Missing
Failing or Defective Solid State Drive (SSD)
This issue is not accompanied with any audible noises. Sometimes failure happens after a power surge or failure. Diagnostics tests are available online to test the functionality of the SSD. If the problem is the Solid State Drive then go to MSI GS70 Solid State Drive Replacement get a guide to its replacement process.
Failing or Defective Hard Drive (HDD)
If this symptom is accompanied by a clicking or loud audible noise this would indicate an issue with the Hard Drive. The Hard Drive has moving parts and noises are associated with its failure. An easy step by step can be found at MSI GS70 Hard Drive Replacement.
Overheating and/or Humming Noise
Overheating Messages and Very Hot laptop
Dirty Internal Fan
You couldn't ask for an easier fix. For this you will need only a few tools and a compressed air cleaner. For quick and easy instructions on how to rectify your issue, please click here How to Dust a MSI GS70.