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The cause would be a problem with the LCD (liquid crystal display)
You could try to disconnect and reconnect the screen (You will need to open your laptop) but you may just have to replace the screen, any repair shop would be able to repace the screen.
But if you are tech savvy you could do it yourself :)
Posted on May 29, 2011
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