It’s pretty common in older cubicle farms, especially those that may have been moved, for the power grounding system to have some problems. I suggest having a look for cold solder joints on the neck board and main board first. Today, it’s doing it almost non-stop and it’s driving me nuts! I think that the power in my old house is inconsistent. Cyber Monday Office Depot deals: Sometimes, this kind of thing can result from a “ground loop” becoming established between a desktop machine’s chassis, and a monitor.
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Can’t my monitor do this res? I’m wondering based on other readings if Windas could help sort out the Ms? Sometimes, this kind of thing can result from a “ground loop” becoming established between a desktop machine’s chassis, and a monitor.
I wonder if windows 95 would work? This thread is closed to new comments. Cyber Monday Office Depot deals: Bad grounding often m993x up only when some high current demands are made, especially in low humidity conditions. Seems to have caused some kind of permanent m993, because u can see the markings when statrtin up hl2, on the black backgrounds of the intro loading sequence and stuff.
Getting them both grounded to a common ground point is important to making sure the overvoltage and ground fault protection circuits in the PC power supply work as intended for safety. You must log in or sign up to reply here. I second the electrical interference idea. My point is that you can drop it off there “no questions asked”.
It caused a wobbling image. Had some nice CRTs over the years slowly go out and just to lazy to bother with the high voltages. At an old apartment there was some kind of transformer in the courtyard about 10 feet away from my window and it caused the image on my computer monitor to jiggle.
If you have anything else plugged into the same outlet, or a nearby outlet, try moving it or unplugging it and see if that fixes it. Monitors by Lori Grunin Oct 15, Power Device Nominal Voltage. It could be that connector on either end of the monitor cable is loose.
That could explain why it’s just started happening. I have the ones i have because i work at local PC shop.
If you have a UPS perhaps you could try yanking the plug.
I think it had some kind of wacky power draw. Monitors by Rick Broida Sep 24, Refresh rate is 60 Hz and the resolution is currently x I then change the refresh rate and screen size to a new setting, either up or down, and it locks in and comes back to life for a few days. Choose higher refresh rate You may need to uncheck the “Hide modes” if your monitor is listed as plug and play. Wierd thing is, it’s only these games that this happened in?
I have seen that in the old days from a bad monitor port. No, create an account now. Have you tried degaussing?
Cyber Monday deals you can still get: The desk fan goes off, the shaking stops. At my last job, my monitor’s images would start vibrating whenever the person at the cubicle next to mine would turn on her screen.
This monitor is full of metal cages and screws, kinda tedious to take apart.
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