Bad LCD. That line is terminal - on the back of the pannel there is a circut board that can fail a line of pixels where they will no longer switch between colors. It's a common LCD problem, but for all intents and purposes its fatal.
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disconnect all the cables except the power cable and then turn the monitor on you would see a test screen if it still happens your monitor is faulty and better buy a new one as repairing is usually expensive .
also check you warenty its usually 3 years
first try to hook it into an external monitor if it looks good,I would have to say you have a damaged cable on your monitor.if you are comfortable taking it apart you can try to reseat the ribbon cable on the mobo.you can usually find an online manual for disassembly.
i have a samsung 15inch monitor.which is only 6month old.giving blue vertical line along the right side of monitor (almost 2 inches from right side) how to remove it plz someone help me.my mail id is [email protected] you..