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With HP the verticle lines are caused by the monitor itself not the video card...which will mostlikely fail anyways. Your problem is that your cable that is connected to *********** board is damaged.
You may have to remove your lcd monitor and unplug and plug it in your laptop, firmly but everything should fit and dont force anything.
Plug in a normal computer CRT or LCD monitor to the blue VGA output on the laptop. If you do not get lines on the external monitor, then the LCD is the problem. If you do then it is the video card.
If it is the video card then you either have to have the motherboard replaced or have the video chip reworked.
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Posted on Jul 22, 2010
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