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Re: need computer help

> Nope- it isn't near speakers, and what is a degauss button?

More expensive monitors (and some cheaper newer ones) have it -- it
removes the remnants of previous magnetic fields and realigns everything
to be normal again.

If you don't have one, a repairman would need to do it with a special
deguassing tool.  But don't sweat it -- I doubt that would solve the
overall problem.  It just might eliminate any extra 'noise' to make the
main symptoms more obvious. 

Is it a regular CRT monitor, or a flat panel?  How big is it?


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