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This is almost certainly a hardware problem. Carefully, try applying some light pressure at the top and bottom of the lines (on the frame). This can happen when the display unit goes bad on a LCD display. If your monitor is still under warranty then you should return it. If the light pressure doesn't fix it then you will need to get a new monitor (most likely). The cost to repair those sorts of things out of warranty are not worth it, it is cheaper to throw away and buy new. Sorry, for your troubles. Best Wishes!
Posted on Mar 28, 2011
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