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MacBook - MacBook DVI and AirPort Interference?

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Hey Guys, is it possible that my DVI port is creating enough interference to bring down my network? It's been pretty frustrating; whenever I plug in my external samsung monitor, the network gets significantly degraded until it eventually kills the network and the airport extreme restarts. To fix it, I changed the AEBS to "n" only, frequency to 5GHz, the Channel to 11. This seems to help. But unfortunately, I have three airport expresses that now can't be used on the network because they are only "g". If only I had those new "n" expresses. Anyways, is there anyway to remove the interference to I can change the network back to "b/g" mode? Thanks...
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