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On the monitor the picture is inilailly OK, however after a number of minutes a coloured bar (approx 75 mm wide) will appear on the right hand side of the screen and blank every thing out. although this happens and the cursor appears to diappear behing the blanked out area you can still click on icon that you know are under there and they will come up. also if you hit pint screen and dump onto a word doc then it will come up with the fully screen picture, minus the bar. Has anyone else had a similar problem.

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The problem is with the monitor itself. It is time for a replacement.

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