Question about Computers & Internet
Many times we notice the symptoms of the problems and try to remedy them instead of the original problems.
As such, your monitor was likely not the culprit. A necessary first step in the diagnosis process. Since the new monitor is reacting the same way, I would state that the connection/connector or the video card (integrated) is the culprit.
Since it is just the bottom, I would go for the connector may have a cold solder joint or bad connection.
Posted on Sep 27, 2010
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