Currently Being ModeratedApr 11, 2013 6:17 AM (in response to ElPl)
I recommend you take the MBP to an Apple store. Diagnosis is free, and they, unlike us here, will be able to hear the noises.
By the way, what is Mountain Lion Cleaner ? Are you sure it is safe?
Currently Being ModeratedApr 12, 2013 5:13 AM (in response to ElPl)
Aside of all help here, I strongly suggest that you get rid of all antimalware, antivirus, boosters, optimizers, cleaners and such apps. Nothing but trouble.
Thus get rid of Mountain Lion Cleaner (a "new" star on the firmament).
The caches in OSX are taken care of by the OS itself: daily, weekly, monthly. Cleaning is not necessary, and it will slow down your computer because they are being filled again.
Beeps are an indication of hardware problems.
Fans running high are an indication of temperature rising because of runaway apps.
Thus follow the advice to have Apple diagnose it, even if it costs a few SK.
The fans: run Activity monitor, click the %CPU Column, until the highest % is on top. Look wich processes are using the highest %.
Currently Being ModeratedApr 12, 2013 5:55 AM (in response to ElPl)
I live in Toronto, Canada. I can make an appointment at a genius bar and take my mac in for someone there to look at what might be wrong. This is free. I once spent about half an hour with an Apple employee, diagnosing my daughter's 3 year old Macbook. No cost.