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This fault is usually due to a poor connection made by the ribbon cable.
Sometimes the fault will show as two vertical white lines. You can also get horizontal lines as well.
Check the seating of the ribbon cable connectors between the display panel and the motherboard.
One day some white bars showed up on my Dell Inspiron N7110 laptop. Now I crowd-source my diagnosis.
- white bars show up in BIOS/Diagnostics
- they are not shown on external display nor screen captures
- funny thing: they're not "covering" the screen, rather the screen is "split" at these areas (see video)
- screen is actually being pushed off the side!
- reseating LCD cable at both ends - problem persists
I'm overwhelmed, it seems I've been given a badge by the forum, it seems I'm a one year newbie !
Who knew it somehow seems longer. Then they do say time is an illusion, maybe I imagined it all. Which would make andsome a figment of my imagination a thought that is somehow worrying in the extreme.
v5.83.9050 (20 Jul 2021)
New support for Windows 10 Snip & Sketch temporary files
Improved cleaning of Microsoft OneDrive logs
Improved error handling messages and options
Fixed a bug where driver categories were not displaying correctly
Fixed a bug causing UI issues when navigating between tabs
Fixed a bug causing the program to hang when scanning for drivers to update