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    Try grounding the second battery to the same location as the first. Ground loops and noise are introduced by variations in resistance as electricity flows back to ground. Despite the fact that everything may be grounded to the car chasis, it isn't a perfect circuit. See if that helps at all.
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    ok thanks for the tip, i will try that and post here te results

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    seems to me that your car battery output voltage is consistently low, or getting weak.

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    bugbyte, i have tried hat what u said but that didnt worked
    and it could be indeed a low battery issue because my battery was empty a while ago , i will hook it up to the battery loader
    hope its gone then

    thnx

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    I'm having the same problem, nothing I do helps!
    When i ground the computer case, It gets a little better, but does not go away!
    I even got highgrade grounding wire, not sure what guage but is as thick as a nickel lol.
    That didn't do much either. However I am running it off an inverter.
    I wanna go for dc-dc powersupply, but after reading countless posts about screen flicker and noise I do not think that it will fix my problem.
    If you ever find a soloution let me know!

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    @ dmand, i was filled with hope
    but that was sadly not the problem low battery's

    @ stylz,
    well i got the stipes almost gone
    but when the background is dark/black
    with a movie or something its terrible to watch
    i use the light skin in centrafuse otherwise it sucks
    when i have found the prob i will post the solution here ofcourse

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    I'm also having the same problem. I'm powering my monitor from the M2-ATX. Let us know if you find a solution.

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    Jeez, I can't believe I got into an argument with someone DEFENDING the M2/M4...
    I know what pieces of **** they are.
    Let Mini-Box know!

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