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1 - The cable that connects your screen to your laptops motherboard has come loose. If the problem is intermittent or can be rectified by moving the screen / holding the laptop upside down then its this.
2 - The graphics card on your laptop has a fault. This is quite common with laptops that overheat.
3 - The LCD on your laptop has developed a fault.
The first issue can be fixed by taking the laptop apart and checking the cables, but beware - this is normally quite a complex job. The second and third issues will require replacement parts which can be quite expensive. Try to get a quote from a local PC technician (don't go to PC world...) and weigh up if the repair cost is worth it or wether you just just put that laptop on ebay (list it as faulty) and buy a new one.
That sounds like you are developing a faulty screen. Spares are plentyfull on ebay.com and not that expensive. It may be a poor connection on the rear of the screen but not very likely. If you plug your laptop into and external display, to prove the VGA processor is OK first before purchasing a new screen. Replacing the screen can be done at home if you are mechanically minded and methodical. Ensure you adhere to anti static precautions! Hope that helps.
I have a laptop that has been doing exactly the same. It started off with a fine pink line. After almost a year it now has gotten wider and has white lines and all other colours. It could work like that for quite a long period. It is a conection in the bottom of the screen but is so delicate... Only way to REALLY fix it is to have the screen replaced which could be quite an expensive thing to do
Ok then, take it apart again and make sure all the connections are well seated, check the inverter (circuit board under the screen) the ribbon cable that goes behind the the screen and the block connector that attaches to the motherboard. If all theses connections are well seated and you still get the pink line, the screen is defective and you need to send it back.
Hello pse try to connect an ordinary screen to your computer and see if you have the same problem then...use both screens at the same time ...and see if your lcd is the same or not...please tell me how it went...good luck...be hearing from you...Ron