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HAVING PROBLEM WITH VIRTICAL LINES ON THE SCREEN OF MY HP LAPTOP. CAN YOU HELP?

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Vertical lines on any laptop usually means that the video card is starting to malfunction. It could just be loose wiring because of wear on the laptop, but if it is hardware malfunction, then you will most likely be replacing the motherboard in the laptop. You may be able to go to hp's website to get a new driver for the video card, and that could help, but it sounds to me like you have a hardware malfunction.

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