Question about Computers & Internet
Posted by Anonymous on
This is usually caused by electrostatic affect from the environment. Make sure there's no other objects like Speaker (woofer) beside the monitor, below or above, behind or front. Try by turning it to different direction. I hope this will solve your problem. Good luck..
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