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A pink line appear on my laptop Sony Vaio screen few days back.

I tried to resolve this by formatting my machine but it still appear. I think this is a hardware issue.

Please help me to fix this.

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    Sounds like a display failure. – gronostaj Dec 1 '13 at 15:20
  • Does it appear always or if you tilt your screen it disappears? If this is the case, the ribbon cable might not be connecting perfectly with the motherboard. – Doktoro Reichard Dec 1 '13 at 16:07
  • It always appear on my screen – Umar Dec 1 '13 at 20:04
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It is most likely related to a physical hardware issue. You will have to replace the component in question, which will require more trouble shooting on your end to find out what it is.

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You have a row of dead pixels. There is a program that is supposed to "excite" the pixels to coax them to working again, it may be worth a try, the times I have tried, it did not do it for me. You will need to replace the LCD panel. It is an easy (most of the time) DIY replacement.

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While you are searching for a solution, you can also install flux to temporary calibrate screen color.

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    f.lux does not temporarily calibrate screen color. What f.lux does is changes the screen color by a small amount to compensate for changes in the color of sunlight at different hours of the day. Beyond that adjusting the entire color of the screen by a small amount would not solve or even ameliorate the problem of a line artifact appearing on the screen. – karel Dec 2 '15 at 11:05
  • yes , you are right about this. but this functionality also can help to calibrate screen colors. I tell you this because actually my screen has this problem and I calibrated it with this program until I am going to fix it. If you know better program, please let me know! – Woeitg Dec 2 '15 at 11:40

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