Ted, It is possible that is the case, As well do you have anything electronic next to monitor such as a cellular phone, I have noticed if getting a call or message with it near my screens it will cause the mirrors to make noise and the screen to start wavering, To my knowledge and memory with screens they will usually start loosing the pictures a bit at a time. What kind of monitor and plug in is it? Cause if needed I do have a flat screen monitor you can borrow if need be just give me a call. It aint the best or the biggest but it works so just remember to call me if it quits It has the normal blue monitor adapter and i also have an adapter to plug into the blade/pin combo, sorry i dont remember the name of these adapters.
yeah cause sometimes if you get a phone call or text message it will cause the screen to vibrate. I just thought i would mention it, we need to go fishin again when i can walk LOL I am heading out this afternoon with Thuggin
Was it a crt or lcd monitor? I havent seen an lcd do this type of behaviour, but I have seen plenty of crt's get the shakes when they play with an external magnetic field, such as the one generated by an electric motor spinning or a cell phone on vibrate... of course i also spent an hour trying to figure out why my monitor was wiggling back in college, only to realize it was just my eyes freaking out from too much coffee and lack of sleep :-S. Hopefully that wasn't the problem!