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White Vertical Band on Screen

Hi, my Dell Inspiron has suddenly developed a 1" wide white vertical band on screen. Not there at early stages of boot up - only when windows starts booting. Any ideas please?

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    1" vertical white band from top to bottom on Dell Inspiron 9400, 1" in from right hand side.

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Hi...there,
It's seems you got a busted screen panel...

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