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is ur Webcam inbuilt or is it external thru USB ?
is ur Vista licenced ?
some of the Vista versons dont have all the drivers needed for some hardwares to work...
check and let me know...
Go to my computer/right click/properties/Hardware Tab/Device manager/
Can you see your Webcam and Bluetooth listed there...and if so do they have any yellow ? marks or any ! mark....
le me know
best thing to do is check in device manager.right click on computer,,click properts.click device manager loo in device manager see if there is a yellow question mark next to your internet if so you need the driver. :]
what has happened with your notebook is a simple wear factor. on the LCD screen there are ribbon cables witch join the main PCB controller head to the LCD laminated portion (what you see) have begun to wear. i have just recently replaced a screen because of the same issue. try gently flexing the the screen and see if the lines dissappear. next open the screen up, and check the cable running to the back of the screen take care as to not damage anything.
You are not alone with this problem. Some lines (like mine) run vertically rather than horizontally. The solution - sue HP. These screens have a known fault ie the Nvidia graphics chip is known to be the culprit. The company knows all about this issue but expect us to pay to put it right - sue them, you can do it online for around £35 (UK).
Try using an external monitor,every laptop has a blue VGA connector,just connect a monitor there and check is those lines
disappear,if it does,probably you have a problem with the internal connection of your monitor to the motherboard.