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 manoj -
Hello,

I'm using Sapphire PE-A9RS482M motherboard with Athlon 64 4800+, 1 GB DDR, 160 GB SATA HDD, 450W PSU. From few days ago my monitor start shaking abnormally from starting (when i switch on). I changed my monitor, RAM, PSU.... but nothing helps.

Please solve my problem.

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Hi there,

Try changing the graphic card to solve it.

Thanks
I changed Graphic Card, not solved

FIRST OF ALL WHAT DO U MEAN BY "PSU".it may UPS.
UPS has got nthin to do wit this problem

1)first check ur wire frm the Monitor-CPU
2)might be-u might hav handled the display buttouns on the monitor in front of u
-try changing the dispay
OR

I know
1) ur display adapters-see whether its fit properly-
TRY these:-
-> This may depend on your video card's capabilities. Try setting it to the lowest value, and then work your way up. If the screen is shaky, this may be a monitor problem. You may also try to set the refresh rate for the monitor lower, as this can be the cause of shakiness.
->one thing to check is the refresh rate of your monitor.
Display adapters>settings>advanced>monitor>refresh rate.
Also check cables to monitor.

Bst of luck
Thanks for ur support Aneesh,

"PSU" stands for Power Supply Unit (I think you know it as SMPS).

1) checked my VGA cable.
2) Changed the monitor (same prob.)
3) No display card (onboard display - Sapphire PE-A9RS482M motherboard)
4) Monitor refresh rate is 60

Now what???
Monitor (CRT or TFT)

if CRT then remove UPS and speakers if it is near your monitor they make magnetic field and change Monitor refresh rate to 70 or 75