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Hi, About 6 months ago my screen developed a vertical dotted line down the screen. It has since developed two more - another blue and a red one. I'm not sure if this is a major issue or warning of something more major or something that can easily be fixed. I would appreciate some help on this.

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Hi if its an LCD monitor then its a fault of the screen itself if its under warranty then return it. If not You could try updating video drivers but i believe this is not the problem...proberly new monitor needed im afraid

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