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    Post wireless interference

    I have a 2.4 Ghz cordless phone and for a couple months now I have not been able to figure out why I was getting so much interference. It was constantly static ridden. The phone manufacturer was no help. It did not seem to matter what part of the house I was in either.

    I have a Mini-ITX VIA Nehemiah 1ghz system for my business that is on 24/7. I recently shut it down for maintainence and BOOM no more static! Boot the system back up and static is back.

    I have an AMD based system that gives no static at all.

    Have any of you experienced a similar problem with any system? With a mini-itx?

    The strangest part of this is that it doesn't seem to matter where the cordless of the base station is positioned.

    Just thought I'd throw this out there to see if anyone has info on this.
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    does the computer have wi-fi?
    it might be on the same frequency as the phone
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    did you try the to change the channel of the phone? Most phones have that button. Dont' be mad if that's like a "HELL YEA I ALREADY THOUGHT OF THAT" thing
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