Blue Lines on My Monitor Display

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I have a computer that I'm using for two years. It just recently shown blue lines, vertically on my display. I don't think my monitor is the problem because I tried a different CPU and it works perfectly fine. This is the first time I encounter this kind of problem. What should I do with it?

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Answered By 0 points N/A #128459

Blue Lines on My Monitor Display

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Maybe the video adapter is the problem?
First of all try to remove the video adpater, remove it in the agp or pci slot
Clean the video adapter using a eraser, and after that try to put back the video adapter in  the agp or pci slot on your computer
and that's all try to open your pc and see what happen

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Blue Lines on My Monitor Display

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If your CPU is fine with other monitors, then it is the monitor. It actually depends first on the type of monitor that you have.
If you have the LCD (liquid crystal display), there could be a problem with the display panel. The best solution would be to look if it is still under warranty and have it repaired or replaced in the shop where you bought it. If you cannot take the blue lines, and the warranty has expired, you just have to replace the monitor.
If the it is the CRT (cathode ray tube) type, you can try changing and reinstalling the video card to solve the problem.

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Blue Lines on My Monitor Display

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Hi,

I also have the same problem with the computer I am using in our office. Before, it was just because of the quality of my computer as it is an old model/specs one. But in my case, it only takes for maximum 30 minutes to take before the blue horizontal will disappear. In your case, if it's LCD, it's possibly an error in the electronics of the display panel. Take it back under warranty. If it's under a year then it should still be warranted. If there is no warranty, it's either a case of live with it or replace it… or consult and bring your computer/laptop to a computer shop. If it's CRT it's most likely the video card. Try another video source… if it's the video card, reinstall the driver / replace the video card.

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