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Your monitor needs servicing ...
Posted on May 17, 2009
HI, the best way to find out if thsi is a video card issue or a monitor issue is to, unplug the pc and monitor for 5 minutes. after this reset, you will need to plug the units back into the wall outlet or surge protector. power the pc and monitor up once more. if the vertical bar still exists after you have unplugged for 5 minutes, this will confirm video card failure.
At this point, you will need to re install the video cards driver base entirely. be sure to un-install the old files first and de frag the hard drive before you re install the video cards drivers again.
Once you have re installed the video card drivers, run a test mode. if the vertical bar is still showing, you will have to replace the video card at this point. it has been damaged.
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