Monitor shakes

What could cause a 17" CTX 1765 monitor to have the subtle shakes?  I've kept the obvious away from the monitor. My video card is an 8 meg Millenium I.
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jrhelgesonCommented:
Is it constant, or random?
Does it happen after it warms up?

Does droping the screen resolution solve the problem?

Generally, It is caused by a flaky filter capacitor on the high voltage section of your monitor.
If it is under warranty, have it replaced now.
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jrhelgesonCommented:
No,
Problem is as stated above,
Problem is generally referred to as the "jitters" or "shivers".
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jrhelgesonCommented:
Yes, but it is tough to diagnose by just testing it.
You would have to know which one it was that filtered the Horizontal drive output transistor.

Thanks

JRhelgeson
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