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Blue vertical lines on Vista laptop on Startup

I have a vista laptop. 2 yrs old with blue vertical lines appearing on start up. Have put in safe mode, updated drivers and had 2 gig of extra RAM put on but problem persists. What causes this? How do I fix it as my IT technician and others havent been able to solve the problem. Will it get worse?

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They haven't been able to solve it because it is a hardware problem....vertical lines, whatever color are indicative of a failing lcd panel. The lcd panel will continue to get worse until it fails completely. The only other possibility is a loose data connection on the back of the panel, if the data connection is slightly loose, re: one side of the panel is not tightly connected it can give off artifact in the way of vertical lines or checkered blocks.

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