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Two vertical lines on my compaq presario (M2000) laptop

\015 I ma using compaq presario m2000 from last 3 years. but last month suddenly two vertical lines came on screen. lines are only 1px in width but one is of pink color and one is white color. The lines disappear when screen saver come. I am very much tried to seeing that . any one plzz help me to figure this out.\015\012\015\0121 vertical line on lcd screen, but not on external monitor. Will this get worse?\015

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