I have a TFT LCD Monitor and currently I am running Vista Ultimate. Suddenly a thin yellow line appeared... at first intermittent and then stayed on for some time... then the line flickers some times. The line is on the right hand side about 1.5 inches from edge. Any help will be appreciated.
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The thin ribbon that connects the board on the back of the lcd screen to the front glass of the lcd screen got damaged.
It wraps around the top of the screen and is very thin and can be easily damaged.
May be from old age and heat at the top of the screen or it could have gotten hit at the top.
If you keep pushing it in and out you may damage another one and make another line.
The cheapest way to repair this is to replace the lcd screen with a
good used one because trying to find a shop to try to repair it would
cost more than a new monitor.
Sorry there isn't an easy fix to this.
all those sounding intelligent and saying that replacing lcd hardware will fix the problem probably didnt have the problem themseleves . i had exactly same problem with samsung syncmaster 2043swx monitor . i just restarted and booted into safe mode ( by pressing F8 key at startup ) tried changing reolution in display settings . rebooted in normal mode and asll lines are gone and never appear again . i am uisng windows Vista . so i think it is probably a driver glitch something .
yea if you cannot stand the line, one of the line's driver for that column has failed. I do not know if the cost of repair would be greater than a monitor. I have been trying to fix a handful of monitors here at work to keep busy, and I am finding that the manufactures won't even offer the repair boards. A google search for a power supply card for an aopen is how I found this board.
Unfortunately the LCD is going faulty.. one or more of the "Driver" transistors that operates the LCD elements RGB, have faulted ON.. perhaps this link may help fix it. Otherwise :(