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Try connecting a regular computer monitor to your laptop using a VGA cable. If it also displays the lines, the problem is with the video card. If it doesn't, it's with the LCD monitor.
If the problem is with the video card, the motherboard must be replaced.
If the problem is with the LCD, the LCD itself will be replaced.
Not sure how much replacement of parts will cost. Usually depends on the technician that will be replacing the parts. Most technicians know where to get the stuff cheap.
Hope this helps! :D
Posted on Sep 08, 2010
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