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Display fault my toshiba tecra m2 has constant vertical line about three quarters of the width of the screen to the right. Any idea how it got there or how to remove it? Think son may have beengaming - wonder whether it has picked up a graphics display issue as a result

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Sounds like a bad screen. If you hook up your computer to an external monitor and it's okay there, then that should confirm it.

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