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I have a VE170 View Panel

My monitor has these lines on the side of the screen that fade in more towards the middle. When I hook the monitor up to my Hp e/pc it works fine but once hooked up to my Gateway it doesnt. I downloaded the driver devic for the monitor, changed the resolution and nothing works. Any advise

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