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Monitor vertical lines

I booted my computer up as normal, but when the prompt for my windows password (Windows XP Home Service Pack 2) and blue field came up, I had vertical lines off the the white password enter area and windows picture blue field. I also saw in the top left of the screen a circle with verticle lines. I continued to enter the internet, thinking it would go away, I checked my monitor connections and they were all plugged in properly, upon accessing Yahoo, my screen went to a few lines here and there to a complete fuzzy red lines all over. Since, I take care of my equipment, I was dumfounded as to why this is occuring. I checked my monitor settings on the bottom right of the monitor itself and clicked factory restore. Did I get rid of the problum or from it reoccuring again?

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Dear Choji,

If obviously the problem has not occured again then you have solved it on your own. Bravo to that. You shoud give yourself a proud pat on your back. But if the problem still exists, then its with the device driver settings of the monitor. Try reinstalling the monitor by reinstalling its drivers.

If this still does not help then refer to an authoised service personel.

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