For some reason one day there was a perfectly straight line running up and down on my monitor. I have no idea why it appeared there, but it runs overtop of anything displayed on the screen. Anyone have any solutions? Thanks
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Hi there some how your laptop screen pressed & the screen is damaged. Just the option is replacing the screen. Another reason is over heating of screen by manufacturing default. Your laptop still under warranty so i suggest you visit the Acer service center & claim the damaged things if your screen does not have any over pressed symptom then. I hope you understand me. Thanks & waiting for your feedback.
Thanks for the git back: #1 I hooked up a second monitor (depressed fn+f5) and was able to view everything fine. No problem in any area. Ran Some security checks (malwarebytes,checked windows updates,Secunia PSI,and a virus scan. #2 I opened up the monitor and checked for possible loose connections. #3 brought up the graphics display and checked that 60 hrz was set and correct. #4 ran a backup of all my data from my other monitor,and I made the assumption that it was a bad monitor and I might save some money if I just bought a new laptop.Would like to here your comments. Sincerely : dandee4u3
ahhh..the old green line. early warning that your LCD screen is tanking. Will eventually spread(like a crack in your windshield) until there's more of a band. Comes from a defect in the screen material. Suggest you get a warranty extension or a service call set up. Not a big deal, but does require correct parts.