Question about LG Computers & Internet
You've either got some electrical-interference (PC speakers? laptop power-supply "brick") nearby, or the video-card in your computer is "dying".
Try moving your monitor away from your computer, and connecting it to a laptop computer. If the "waves" vanish, then the monitor is OK.
Posted on Aug 30, 2010
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