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Vertical Hold issue on Laptop Screen

I have a Toshiba Sattelite that seems to have a vertical hold issue like the old TV's. For the most time it boots fine with the screen normal as it can be. The not too long into it being on the screen starts to scroll vertically and it is fast. It will occassionally stop but not long enough for me to attempt to change any settings on the resolution or anything.

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