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When i turn on the pc the monitor displays vertical green lines

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Does the Verical line on the monitor also come when the monitor is unplugged from teh system. If yes the problem is with the monitor. If no the problem is with the video card. The computer maufacturer may have given you cds to run diagnostics on the card.
Eg on dell system , you need to press the f12 key 5 times after you turn the system on , to run the diags

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