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New monitor hi, i have just bought a 19" monitor to replace a 15" one. my problem is there is a green line showing down the new monitor at exactly 15" across. is there anything i can do to erase this line? thanks

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If you just bought this monitor take it back and get a different one. If you still have the same problem after that, then you have a video card issue.

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