That's interesting, so a radio signal at that frequency at that power (probably fractions of a milliwatt) induced enough current to screw something up.
Any idea what in the computer got screwed up?
Since radio waves are in a plane and inductors must work on the correct plane for maximum efficiency, I wonder if physically turning the computer component 90 degrees to the plane would have eliminated the problem?
Perhaps the solution might be a gigantic RAM mount bolted to the floor? Just keep turning the computer until it goes away. It may look odd to not have ones computer not sitting flat on the floor but floating there at an odd angle like some sort of modern art just might work?