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Verticle 'transparant' bars

As you can see in the picture that i have these colored bars that come down.
I have it set to this setting cause it is the best it I could get. On factory settings there are red and green bars also.
My video card is a nVidia Geforce 7800GT
I have tried it on another monitor of this size and it worked fine.

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Hi...there,

It's seems your panel damaged inside. Replaced a new panel gonna cost you more... So, just a new ones. Have a nice day!

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