Question about Gateway Computers & Internet
Move any computer-speakers further away from the monitor -- the magnetic fields in the speakers can affect the screen.
Also, move any power-bars away the monitor.
Take the monitor away from the computer, and connect it to a different desktop/laptop computer, to see if the "shaking" follows the monitor.
Try a different monitor with your computer, to see if the computer's video-card is the cause of the problem.
Posted on Aug 19, 2010
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