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It could be due to a few reasons.
Does it make any difference to the lines or their location if you firmly press the edge of the LCD frame?
In order to eliminate the source re-install the video driver first.
You will get this from the hp support website. I do not know the exact model no. of your hp pavillion laptop.
If reload of driver makes no difference then it could be linked to the lcd screen or the video card.
It would help if you can connect a standalone VGA monitor to your laptop. Switch to this using the appropriate Function key Fn on your laptop keyboard. If the line appears in the VGA monitor then the video hardware on laptop is a problem. If it does not appear then either the memory module or the LCD screen has a problem.
This will mean a repair bill.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Sep 28, 2010
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