Question about HP LP2065 Monitor
OK, firstly, this problem can be due to a couple of factors. I will explain it in as much detail as possible.
Internal cracked LCD:
This is the most probable cause for these lines on the screen. Unfortunately this is not something which can be fixed without replacing the whole screen.
Damaged DVI cable:
A faulty DVI connection between the computer and the LCD screen will also cause this symptoms.
Faulty Graphics Adapter:
Lastly, this can be due to a faulty graphics adapter. If you use the on-board adapter, i would suggest that you first test the graphics adapter with another screen. Also, take out the graphics adapter and place it back in, just to make sure that there is not bad connection.
With all of the above explained, i will suggest that you start by testing the system with another screen. If the problem persists, check the connection with another cable.
If all else fails, have a look at the graphics adapter you are using.
Feel free to let me know if you need any further assistance.
Posted on Nov 12, 2010
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