Question about Computers & Internet
Since you didn't mention the Your system type whether Laptop or Desktop, I can't assume myself on how to start troubleshooting. If it a laptop, please connect and external monitor and check if the same problem persists. If so, then the problem is with the graphics card, if not, then the problem is with the display of your laptop.
In case of Desktop, you better try the same monitor on another desktop, if there's similar problem, then the problem is with the Monitor, you better call for service or take it to a Service Center. It's also possible the graphics card is the culprit, so try with another monitor and you'll know what's the cause of the problem. If the same problem persists with the other monitor, you only option is to replace another graphics card.
(This isn't a solution, this is a clarification, I am awaiting your response so that we can start the actual steps on how to troubleshoot)
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