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Laptop verticle lines and shuts off when it wants to.

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My laptop has multiple color verticle lines on the screen. Also, shuts off by its self. is there any hope for my toshiba

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    Also suffering from Verticle Lines and Random Shut down. The lines appear right from startup, before windows even initaiates. Any fixes?

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Occasionally it can be a result of bad sectors in RAM. Search for microsoft bad sector checker to check whether your RAM is faulty.
It also might be overheating due to placement in a stuffy place like on your lap.

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This is a bad video card but unfortunately your video card is not seperate from the motherboard so you have to replace the whole board

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