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X2gen 19 inch monitor

When I start up my PC the monitor starts to buzz and continues for about 15 minutes. Creates problem with my pc performance and with a TV that is nearby?
Any thoughts on whats going on?

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  • tmlorenzo Sep 20, 2008

    Thanks for the help. I found it to be a problem in the display itself. The disturbance did eventualy lock up the computer. Tried another display everything worked fine. Bought a new one!

    Thks

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It sounds like a heat problem in the monitor. It could also be a computer graphics problem. Leave either the computer or the monitor on for a while and then turn on the other device. try to discover which is needing to be warmed up. The buzzing and problems with the other RF devices around mean that the monitor or computer is emitting frequencies so it will affect the TV and maybe the computer. I found my computer emits these frequencies. I can't listen to AM radio when the computer is on.

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