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I have a MAC 10.4 TIger, when I sign on

There is a 3 inch white column starting on the right margin, and a thin yellow line five inches from the right margin

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Sounds like a hardware problem - if you create a new user, does the same thing happen? If so it's probably a case for the repairshop ;-)

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