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Deadly Ernest

The issue with the cables is that ALL of them have an electromagnetic field around the. If properly shielded and the shielding is working they should be OK. But I've learned from experience that the concept of proper shielding and it working well is rare. The field around the data, usb and vga cables isn't that strong, but the one around the power leads is far stronger than the rest. I generally try to run the power cables well away from all other cables as much as possible. If I can separate the other cables any more, then I split off the video cables as they are the next highest in power levels. You may wish to try moving the power away from the other cables and see if that has any effect.