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When i start my dell d610 once in 10 times vertical white lines appear at very first instance even before bios setup info, what could be problem. its with 2ghz pentium m, 1gb, nvidia graphic adaptor

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Hello
Try a new monitor to video card cable,or check for a loose connection between the two.

Next if you have another monitor see if it happens again,possible the monito may be going bad.

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