Then it is the hard drive. When they do such sounds they are having serious
issues or are dead. I repeat the advice I told you before, if it is under warranty, have them deal with it, as it may very well be that the hard drive has to be replaced and that is expensive.
If it is no more under warranty, and you have relatively easy access to it from a back panel on your laptop, look at what model of hard drive you have, download the memory diagnostic tools from the site of their manufacturer, run it on the device.
If you can't get the laptop to do it before doing Blue Screens, you can connect the hard drive to a desktop computer as if it was an internal hard drive and do the same.
Then post a screenshot
of the results.
But anyway, if you cannot even start the laptop again before it starts clicking and doing Blue Screens, it is safe to assume that the hard drive is dead, so you have to go and buy a new one.