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Vertical lines on my laptop screen

I've this light and verydark vertical lines on my screen. how do i get rid off it.

nothing i have done

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Re: vertical lines on my laptop screen

Try to change the graphic settings

try to change the frequency for the monitor

update ur vga drivers from the net try to uninstall and reinstall it again

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