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Vertical green line in my laptop

I have ibm laptop .today i saw the screen i found one green line in my screen . plz help .

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  • Kanaging Dec 20, 2008

    Kanaging

    I have the same problem with my IBM laptop. At first there's only one on the right side portion of the monitor, but just last night another one appeared on its left portion.

    Laptop manufacturer shoud do sometime about this, especially IBM which has the reputation of durability.

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I am sorry to say but I don't think there is a "fix" for this problem as it is a physical fault not a software one

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