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Monitor problem Vertical lines on half the screen. I did updates and a system restore and the lines vanished only to reappear in about four days. Suggestions?

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  • bryanimo Sep 03, 2008

    I was doing some reading on the net and then suddenly half of my computer screen was covered by multicolored vertical stripes. i waited a while and cold booted the computer but the stripes still remained. I'm not sure what caused this. It's a vista notebook. I've restarted many times and allowed the laptop to rest but still half of my screen is hidden.

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