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I have a couple AOC i2353ph monitors. One day, one of them booted up with a single vertical white line moving slowly back and forth across the screen that kind of looked like a scan or radar. Once I reset the monitor from the OSD it went way. Use "Extra > Reset" from the monitor menu.
Check to see that the monitor cable is correctly installed. Also, make sure you have the most up-to-date drivers installed for your graphics adaptor card(both ATI and Nvidia carry catch-all driver programs to keep you up to date.) Tighten the cable screws of course, to make sure the monitor cable isnt just wiggling in its seating.
I have 2 of these monitors and have this problem. I was so frustrated
turning the monitor off and on until the white line disappeared that
one day, I punched the screen. And it worked! So now whenever this
happens (about once every other day) I use my palm and smack the lower
left corner of the monitor until the white line disappears. I like the
color on these screens so I don't want to replace them until I have to.
I will NOT buy another Lacie though.