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Have you tried to increase the screen's refresh rate? If you see some sort of blurring horizontal line that scrolls upwards, most of the time is that screen's refresh rate in your Display Settings are too low.
Well... sure it fixable, but it is going to cost you a bundles... Since you own this monitor for about 10 yrs. It's time for you to give yourself a new LCD monitor for the Holidays... :) Have nice day!
i had this same prob. For me it wasn't the monitor but the video card and or mobo. I tried monitors on other comps adn worked just fine. Tried comp on 4 monitors and same prob. bought new mobo and problem solved. New prob fixing mobo and or video card
images of the vertical IC of a Boka MO-15NF. The first shows its general
location which is almost at the center of the board. The second is a
close-up. Hope this be of help. Good luck and kind regards.
The interference may be another electrical item, for example a tv or speakers, turn off anything close to the monitor and check that there are no bent pins in the pc to monitor VGA cable and that it is not interfering with any electrical cables to see if the problem is illiminated.