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Unfortunately this is an aging problem with the older CRT monitors, they will often do it for short periods at first, then remain that way permanently. There is an outside chance it is being caused by a bent pin, unplug the data cable and have a look at it to make sure all the pins are standing properly upright, but most likely the monitor will have to be replaced.
Posted on May 29, 2011
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