HD Failure Due To Bumping?
The current computer desk I am using right now forces me to sit my tower on a decently sized desk ledge, on my right. I have a big leather chair (like most of you), and occasionally if I swing my chair to the left, the back of the chair will bump my computer (in most cases moving it a couple of inches), and bumping my tower cause a click noise to be heard (I'm pretty sure it's the HD head reseting, not sure), the computer works for about 30-45 seconds, then locks up. When I look at the HD activity light on my tower, it appears fully lit up. I have to force shutdown my computer at this point.
Earlier today I got up from my chair, and my hand went retarded and lightly smacked my tower - same thing happened. I'm really hoping my hard drive isn't failing on my already, since I just got it, but is it normal for HDs to be sensitive to this sort of thing?