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Black flickering line vertickally through monitor screen

I feel like I have checked every setting and it has gotten better but I have terrible black flickering lines vertically through my screen. They go away if you play a pc game. It is not the internet connection or anything because I get the same if I unhook the ethernet cable. Sometimes worse then others. My monitor is a StarLogic 20.1" flat panel TFT/LCD monitor widescreen item number 11009537. I would appreciate any help you could give me. Thank you.

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It could be either of these:

You're monitor is dying and you need a replacement (Starlogic brand is notorious for dying early and giving poor performance)

You're graphics card is going out. If you have an extra monitor laying around, take out the Starlogic one and plug in the other to see if the same results occur, if not, it's the Starlogic monitor, if the problem still persists, you need a new graphics card or need to update your current drivers.

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