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Hendersothin black line running from right top to bottom left, with colured lines running through, screen is visible but cant read anything

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This sounds like a hardware issue. This could be an issue with the graphics card (built onto the system board) or it could be a crack in the LCD screen. Regardless this is a hardware issue that software or driver updates cannot fix.

Posted on Mar 15, 2011

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