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That meanse your laptop/comp will stop working soon.

Actually, I have the same problem. The lines across your screen usually mean that theres something wrong with your lap top and it could very well cease to work very soon. My cousin's lap top stopped working after a couple of months since he has gotten lines on his. If you would like to fix it you would need to hire an expert to fix it, or you can buy a new laptop/computer.

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Ou can try to uninstall and einstall the drivers of your video card first

If your having Lines across your screen to find out if that would be the video card LCD or software which is windows try going into the BIOS of your system if the lines show in BIOS that would be a Hardware issue, now to eliminate the hard ware causing the lines on your screen go to safe mode where the video card driver is disabled if the lines still exsist then the lines that you see will be the fault of the LCD, third if you can connect to an xternal LCD or monitor and the Lines still Exist then the Video ard is also Faulty ^_^

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