The monitor keeps freezing and has broken lines running from the top to the bottom on one side of the screen (right side). I had previously had a problem with this monitor - it was totaly frozen shortly after I purchased it. It was under warrantly so I shipped it back to them and about 6 wks later I got it back & it seemed fine until now.
Does this mean this monitor is on its way out?????
Your video card is where that the LCD vga cable ( with 15 pin ) connected to the back of computer or (display card).
And another video card or video board or logic board is attached anside the LCD monitor .
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Hi! Try to uninstall and reinstall video driver in dev manager.If it doesnt work then check if it happens in bios if yes then it might be the video card that you need to replace, if video card is built in then you need to replace the motherboard.Try to use a external monitor and check if your seeing the same thing on the ext monitor if yes then its the monitor, if its under warranty your manufacturer will replace it for you.Hope this helps...
A few things to try based on the information provided:
If external monitor - unplug and reset the video cables on both ends (pc and monitor)
adjust your video resolution and see if the line stays in the same position - if so I do not thing this is a driver issue,
try another PC connected to the monitor (external) if problem follows to another pc - issue is the monitor
The screen is bad, verticle lines, red or pink hue etc. is indicative of a bad screen or there maybe a problem with the data cable you are using to attach to the computer. Try another cable first, if the problem persists, the lcd panel is failing.
Nothing is ever broken beyond repair, but most of the time the cost of repair actually exceeds what you can purchase a new one for. And with 19" LCDs selling for around $139, you get a bigger screen and less money than it would cost to actually replace the screen on that monitor.