I purchased an ATI All-In-Wonder 9800 card and installed it in my computer - the AGP slot is the topmost slot. My D-Link ethernet card is in the bottom-most PCI slot. I hooked up the coaxial cable to the ATI card and discovered that my internet conection stopped working - ie. packets were getting lost. I discovered that this happens whenever the coaxial cable is close to the network card/RJ45 cable. It doesn't even have to be attached to the computer. So it seems that some kind of EMF from the coaxial cable is interfering with the internet connection. Any suggestion on how to make these both work in close proximity? I considered a more expensive (shielded, grounded) coaxial cable but don't want to buy that unless I'm sure it'll work.