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Vertical lines on monitor

I'm getting lines on monitor & fading words

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Your video card may be failing. do you have a add on graphics card. If you do try your onboard card. Have you changed the Hertz setting in your display settings and also try the DPI options and change it to a higher setting. See if that works

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This indicates that your vertical sweep has failed and the auto protection circuit is shutting down the video so you do not permanently burn that line you see into the phosphor coating of the CRT.
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