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Anthraqz

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=/ Yes im here again, my comp is fint but my Computer monitor is kind of shaking whenever i do anything, and its not just me either, my entire family and friends say it shakes too..
I dont know if anyone has ever had this porblem too, but please try and help me fix this..
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Do you have any other electrical/magnetic equipment (like speakers, cordless keyboard/mouse receiver/etc...) close to your monitor?
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I have speakers pretty close, like 2 feet away but i dont know if its them....
thats the only thing i have close it.
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Sorry, BUMP
I need to fix this, its shaking alot now. Sometimes when i use the computer it shakes, and sometiems it doesnt. It usually stops when i restart but i just restarted and its still shaking.

Someone help.
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Have you tried a degauss?
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Anthraqz

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I degauss all the time. Doesnt work at all
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You haven't got a mobile (cell) phone near it, have you?
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Anthraqz

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Nope, dont have a cell phone period..I have a fan, but it shakes when the fan is off =/
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Hi Anthraqz...

You might try reinstalling your video drivers or checking with the manufacturer's website to see if there is a new version of drivers or other patches available for your card.

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Do you have any flourescent bulbs or compact flourescent bulbs near the monitor or maybe an extension cord? I would move the computer to another location and see if it still shakes....
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I have a florescent bulb, but its not on. And it shook even before i put it there.
What would an extension cord make it do?
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the magnetic field that holds the image in place is breaking down if the degauss is not working....your monitor needs to be repaired or replaced.
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Crap, even more money..
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