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Getting vertical line in acer monitor

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' i have home pc getting vertical line in monitor help and suggest how to remove my e-mail id is jeevan.chhatola@siemens.com

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Apparently it is a display hardware problem. Try another monitor with the same cable and video card. Then you should try another cable. Then another video card. If vertical line doesn't show in either case, then you should replace the appropriate device\cable. If it shows anyway, then bring your monitor to service center for diagnosis.

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