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Weird blue line appearing on my screen

Actually, i'm using home premium version.. there is a weird blue line appearing on my screen.. it's appearing from the centre of the top of my laptop until the bottom of the screen.. it's a straight line.. before this, it happens once in a while.. but now it appears every time.. how can i get rid of it... is that a problem with my hardware or software?

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