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Wavy Vertical Line

Out of the blue a wavy black line has appeared to the left side of my monitor screen. It appears at the top and bottom but does not connect. It looks like a worm. I thought maybe it was some kind of worm and did my normal scanning and it is still here. Nothing was found in my AVG virus scan. I have restarted my computer several times but the line is still here. HELP!

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    Much more a black swirl over a number of televisions that I am responsible for in work

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Bad capacitors.

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Error : Out of range

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Change refresh rate of monitor.

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You have AC ripple getting into your horizontal output. you have a power supply problem in the monitor. take it to get it fixed.

Posted on Jun 28, 2006

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