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Image issue I have an HP dv6000 laptop. Every image or site I view displays only half of the image. The bottom half of the screen has vertical lines going across it. can anybody help me?

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Sounds like the Inverter Board (a small circuit board which decodes the image to be displayed prior to displaying it) is faulty. This is NOT a user serviceable issue, it would need to be sent back to HP. If it's still under warranty they will send UPS to your door and pay all the shipping, if not get them to quote in advance. Either way, it's a problem you can't solve yourself.

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