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Sony Vaio Micro Cmputer Back Screen with lines at Startup

I turned on my computer for the first time in two months and it gave me a black screen on the left side and color vertical lines on the other. I can hear it operating and booting up but can not see anything but the black and color vertical lines..What is happening, The only way to power it off was to remove battery. I have n't used it much but I just loaded itunes on it. Ihope its a simple fix.....HELP!

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Either of 2 things.
1. The ribbon cable that connects the screen to the board may have become loose. If you have tools it should be a quick fix.
2. The screen is smashed.

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