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Is it a monitor, desktop or other problem?

Everytime I start-up my computer I see these white lines (circle around with red see image below) and my computer takes about 10 minutes to start-up? Is it a monitor or my computer itself problem? My computer is an Gateway Essential 933c

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It will appear because you did not shut down your computer properly,try to consult to computer technician so they can fixed your computer,its not the monitor its the cpu.

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