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I have yellow lines vertical across my screen sometimes they clear after a while but keep coming back and then wont restart when i shut down what is causing this and can i do anything to rectify?

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There might be some memory issue so there are not enough memory for graphic device after a while. Otherwise maybe it's the driver of your graphic card. You can press Ctrl+Alt+Del key together and select Task Manager. Then on the process page you can see which process is eating more and more memory gradually. There might be a memory leak issue with that application. Turning that off may improve the performance of your computer. Other try can be to update the driver of your graphic card. You can use Device Manger of Control Panel or the driver disc of the graphic card.

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