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Hi, i have acer ferrari 4002wlmi laptop. and now 2 vertical lines appered on screen, in the right side. red and green . what's theproblem ??? please help me to sort it out

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  • asaspasas Nov 14, 2008

    i will try it today. hope i don't need to buy another one. anyway my wife using that laptop, i have big PC. thanks for answering. i hope it will help.

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If it is a video adapter issue, you should see the same issue when you plug in an external monitor. If not, then I am sorry to say, your screen is going bad. You can replace the screen, but may be less just buying a new laptop.

If a monitor shows the same lines, then I suggest re-installing your video drivers, but to my experience, you are probably out of luck. Sorry and G'luck...

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