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Monitor interference, any ideas ?

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    I have a Belkin 4 port Soho KVM. I have 3 PCs connected to it, all using Belkin cables, brand new. There seems to be interference on the screen, like wavy lines faintly moving to the left all the time. This happens on all 3 of my PCs, BUT some are worse then others. I am not sure what is to blame, as after moving things about (I just fiddled with the leads) the interference isn't as bad as it was, but it is still there. It was an expensive KVM so I don't think it is to blame. I thought maybe the output cable was the problem, but I changed it to no help. I shouldn't imagine all 3 of the other cables could be causing a problem, not with them being official Belkin and designed for the device (and shielded).

    Has anyone suffered this sort of thing before, and if so, what was the cause ? Just to try and make it clear, the effect is like a faint set of vertical waves shooting from right to left on the screen, much fainter then they were earlier, but still there. Sometimes they can be very thick and noticable to the point of it being unwatchable. My screen is a new Samsung 2232BW.

    Any advice appreciated, thanks !!
     
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