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My pc monitor screen is shaking due to some reasons, what hould i do?

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Try the screen on another pc.. Or load a new driver for your video card.. Maybe anti-virus scan.. Or make sure cable is cnnected correctly.. I have also seen bent pins in the ends of video cables.. check that. Rgds,

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