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  • audrenetom May 20, 2009

    how do i remove a vertical line from my PC 

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I have a hp pavilion 17 inch laptop and the screen is starting to get white vertical lines. I have 2 lines now. How to I fix this problem? Mrs. O'rourke


you have to first diagnose if the issue is with the hardware or the software.
You can do that by checking if you are getting the lines in BIOS or at the HP logo. if yes you have to get the screen replaced
Else you can simply reinstall the drivers

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HI, Thick white vertical line on screen


your lcd screen damaged.u need to replace it with new.

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Vertical multicolored lines appear. Sometimes there are couple of vertical white stips and vertical lines


Connect an external monitor to your laptop. If the problem appears only on the display of the laptop and not on the external monitor in the same time that means the video card is ok and the problem could be : the screen of the laptop or the invertor or the cable that attaches the screen to the mainboard. Have it checked by a professional.

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White vertical line on monitor screen


The vertical line is because the screen is going, it needs to be replaced fix the problem. Try searching on Ebay if your laptop isn't under warranty.




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Same problem with my zd8000 HP Pavilion laptop


what has happened with your notebook is a simple wear factor. on the LCD screen there are ribbon cables witch join the main PCB controller head to the LCD laminated portion (what you see) have begun to wear. i have just recently replaced a screen because of the same issue. try gently flexing the the screen and see if the lines dissappear. next open the screen up, and check the cable running to the back of the screen take care as to not damage anything.

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Could be faulty graphics chip or faulty screen. If you can hook up external monitor and picture is fine then probably faulty screen. If external monitor shows same problem the faulty graphics chip. Take to repair shop and let them have a look.

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Yes, this is a defective screen. The only fix is to replace the screen. It's called a column of dead pixels. Since it is under warranty, contact HP to have them warranty it out or take it back to the place you purchased it from for an exchange. Please take a moment and give this answer a good rating of fixya. Thank you.

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uninstall video driver reboot it should start on windows basic video drivers if it does and screen is good try reinstalling your original card drivers. or search on the net for updated ones

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Clean the CPU cooler and everithing else from the dust!

Turn off,open the case, use air spray to clean.
(I use vacom cleaner and a small brush, but you risk your component if you do the same! I'm professional.)

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