Question about E-Machines T6524 PC Desktop
Believe it or not, this could be just as simple as something magnetic being too close to the screen, usualy this is caused bt a power supply or something else that has a motor in it. I would make sure you don't have the tower or any other type of fan motor near it. If that doesn't do it then it's more then like an issue with the screen.
Posted on Dec 04, 2008
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