Monitor and computer near each other
Today while I was playing on the computer all of the sudden the mointor move horzontial inwards about three or four inches. After thinking what may be doing this I thought since the computer is so close to it the there may be some type of magnetical interferance. So I move the computer and about a minute later it went back to normal. Is it because of the computer or something else like the power supply. Its a 19inch MAG innovision 986FS by a HP Pavilion 7055 old computer 120MHz pentium class.
the cpu and most processors create EPS (i think) electro magnetic spikes which cause disturbence to a few electrical devices but it isnt very strong plus you have the case eating up most of that.
plus the monitor itself sends out a lot of radiation and is well shielded (if it isnt older then 10 years) which lets out harding anything and obviously anything in.
i think you weird screen thing has to do with the monitor breaking down or something (i hope it doesnt!)
oh yeah and the EARTH (the thing all humas live on) is the main cause of magnetic interference.
so maybe something shifted and you got hit by a magnetic wave or something.
this is not a joke. if you read some monitor manules they tell you if you have a weird screen try moving it and see what happens, if it improves you should keep the monitor there because of magnetic interference. just imagine some dude cant use his monitor in one place because of that
I hope its just magnetic wave or weird happening but when the computer was near it it made the side a tad blueish. During the time it was near the computer. Like when speakers that aren't shieled are put near a tv if you know what I mean.
Or it could of became possessed
Last edited by Tech^salvager; 12-18-2002 at 08:47 PM.
You mean EMI germanjulian! Electro Magnetic interfearence. Anything that has flowing electrons (ie electricity) creates it to some extent.
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