Yea thats the same with my insignia 20" moniter it has a greenish blue aqua line (very thin) and its right at the top of my screen it must be crack though, so ill return it back to costco. goodluck ps it is cracked =|
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It's definitely a hardware problem that a software "fix" cannot repair. It sounds most likely a problem with the video processor (GPU) on the motherboard. It might also be a problem with the LCD panel.
What is happening to your laptop is the power line connecting a row of pixels is failing so only partial colors are showing up causing the vertical lines. Usually screen replacement is the only answer to fix it. You can usually find replacement LCD on Ebay.
Most LCD monitors have a default refresh rate of 60 Hz. Older monitors also have limited resolution. Please check your display settings and ensure you're not using a refresh rate higher than 60, or a resolution higher than what it supports. If either one is the case, you're lucky the LCD still works.
Thus meaning what display on the LCD is exactly what "enters" through the lens. Is this a hairline or thick line appearing on the LCD and does the same happen on the photos/pictures when they are downloaded on a PC? If so "something" could have infiltrated into/onto the camera lens....
Unfortunately the LCD is going faulty.. one or more of the "Driver" transistors that operates the LCD elements RGB, have faulted ON.. perhaps this link may help fix it. Otherwise :(