There's nothing you can do by yourself. If it is under warranty, you can send it to Nintendo for repairs, otherwise you'll have to pay a fee and it may end up being easier to get a new system. Sorry this happened.
Nintendo repair information: http://www.nintendo.com/consumer/repair/repair_charts_sp.jsp
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you need to replace both convergence ICs they are STK392-110 you can get replacements at the following link with free installation instructions so you can do the repair yourself. http://servicemanuals.vstore.ca/
I would try to update the drivers for the display adapters, to do this, go to start>control panel>system>hardware(tab)>device manager>display adapters and select the appropriate adapter and double click it and go to the driver tab and update driver. If this doesn't work, go to device manager and try updating the drivers to the Monitors.....same thing.
I had the same thing happen to me this morning. I turned on the TV and it had colored vertical lines through the whole screen. I called Sony and they had me unplug the TV for about 15 minutes. This solved the problem. They said the boards just needed to be reset. It fixed the problem and I am happy with my Sony once again.