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The display on my laptop screen is half black with colourful vertical lines, the other half is what is supposed to be there, but the colours look like they are high on weed. If I plug my second monitor in, the second monitor works exactly as it should. I tried to reinstall the video card drivers but nothing has changed. Is this a hardware problem on my brand new laptop?

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Ya you should send it for repairs plz vote for mw

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