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Does anyone know if I might have damaged the computer screen by putting it on its side?

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Not likely. What is it that you are seeing that is making you concerned?

I'll need more info to answer completely: Brand and model, approx age, and what you're seeing that has you asking.

Thanks.

Posted on Nov 03, 2012

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