> I knew someone that had this problem and it turned out to be
> interference getting to the monitor.
> I know this sounds crazy, but he took a piece of carboard
> and wrapped it with aluminum foil and put it between the
> monitor (or the tower, I can't remember) and the
> interference (had to hunt for the best place).
> The foil acted as a shield and stopped the shaking.
> I know it sounds kinda goofy, but it just might work.
This is good advice. From my experience working in a hardware lab on
video display cards for SGI workstations, the video noise at the ends of
horizontal display lines is usually caused by electrical/magnetic
interference from nearby devices such as switching power supplies, power
transformers, crummy cables, desktop fans, etc.
My two cents....
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