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    ROG SWIFT PG27VQ curved 27 inch White lines at the bottom

    Hi. I have a ROG SWIFT PG27VQ curved 27 inch, its a year old. Just want to know if the WHITE lines at the bottom of the monitor is a driver problem or a problem with the pixels. Tried power cycling and changing hdmi or mini display port cables. im currently using mini display port, also tried lowering the hz and resolution, it didnt help. Thank you. *



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    Try running Windows in safe mode, or checking for lines in the BIOS to see if it's a Windows driver conflict.

    Try plugging the monitor into another computer also, if the lines show up it will be a monitor hardware issue or a bad setting in the monitor menus.

    Try swapping monitors on that computer to see if it shows up like that on the other monitor, might indicate it's your video card.
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