Question about Samsung SyncMaster 955 DF 19" CRT Monitor
I had the same problem when I reached in back of my pc and disconnected a web cam from a usb port. Them my monitor started shaking and i thought it was related to the web cam unplugging from the usb. I tried uninstalling my video card driver, and re-installing. Still no fix for the shake. So i tried turning off the monitor, and removing the monitor cable from the back of the pc. I re-attached the monitor cable, and powered on the monitor. Bam! No more shaking, all was good with monitor picture. The problem is, and was, as i unplugged the web cam usb plug from the usb port, i bumped into the monitor cable near where it plugs into the pc port. The problem is that there is a weak solder joint in the motherboard in the video card holder socket. I will need to either find the weak solder joint, and fix it, or replce the motherboard. I have a older dell antique dimension 8100 that i still like. It is the original motherboard and it is from 2002. I know i should replace this old pc, but i have done a lot of upgrades on it, and has been a great old pc. After shelling out over $2,000 for this unit in 2002, i want to keep running it. It does all i need to do. They don't build pc's this solid anymore. I hope this helps someone. Thank you!
Posted on Feb 02, 2010
WOW, something so simple and i was about to get a new monitor, I like my HP p720 monitor a lot and it started shaking bad, thanks to the tip, i have removed my speakers and the monitor works like new again
Posted on Mar 09, 2007
I had the same problem and it was because my power board was sitting too close to my computer. Moving it up a shelf fixed the problem immedietly.
Posted on Nov 05, 2007
It may be due to shorted main filter capacitor, or due to disturbance any mobile or any other electronical gadget, so check it and place far to monitor.
Posted on Aug 07, 2006
Do you have anything sitting very close to the monitor which runs on mains power apart from your computer. I've seen this many times when my old apprentice put two monitors together almost touching. The screens shook like they were jelly. Unscreened speakers (mains powered) DVD players or virtually anything sitting close to the monitor which runs off mains power will cause it unless it's screened. Sometimes moving the offending item 6 inches away can stop the shakes. Other units may need more distance. If it's not that then you have a repair shop to visit. BMW
Posted on Jun 02, 2006
Posted on May 06, 2011
Just turn down the refresh rate.
Posted on Jun 03, 2008
Its probably the degaus causing what you describe as "shaking"
Posted on Feb 02, 2007
I experienced a similar problem on a Dell computer from which someone deleted the video card drivers. I found that by reducing the refresh rate under Display Properties, Settings Tab, Advanced button, corrected the problem.
Posted on Jan 24, 2007
HAHA!!!He doesn't read his manual.This isn't a problem.This is a function on most every CRT monitor of LG.It's called Degauss and it serve тo remove magnetism from a device like your monitor.Other monitors have this function in their menus,LG just got better solution.That's all. ^^Galio^^
Posted on Jan 25, 2007
SOURCE: picture on monitor is shaking
Make sure you have no fans, radios and type of magnet around yuor monitor.
Then check to see fi you can change the refresh rate to see if that helps.
Posted on Dec 12, 2008
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