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Re: need computer help

> Ok- so I moved my desktop and monitor out to the living room last night 
> (to hook to the stereo receiver so i can make digital regording from 
> some old reel-to-reel tapes).  Anyway, the monitor has now gone bizerk!  
> It looks like an impressionist painting- all swirly colors making it 
> almost impossible to read the screen.  Anybody have an idea how to fix 
> this.  It isn't the computer (checked it on another monitor- no 
> problem).  I did something to the monitor apparently.  Is it toast or 
> fixable??

Hi Theresa,

   Do you have it anywhere near speakers of any type?  If so, move it
   away ASAP!

   Check and see if there's a 'degauss' button your monitor; if so, try
   pressing it to see if that helps.


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