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[filmscanners] RE: Multi-coloured lines in images...



If the lines are flickering/moving, then I would suspect either the monitor, 
video card or cable.

If they are stationary, and you have verified that they are not in the file, I 
would suspect your video card driver.  The following q's may help you to 
identify the fault:
- Do they appear in all programs? At the same location?
- Has this problem just appeared?
- What happened just before, new software/hardware perhaps?

Try changing your resolution - if it vanishes it is almost certainly your video 
drivers - download a new set off the web, or reinstall your existing ones.

It may also be worth reinserting the video card in case it is a bad connection 
there.

mark t

Preben said:
> > I'm experiencing between one and four thin lines in almost half my
> images.
> > The  length, position and orientation seems completely random....
> > ...but I have since seen them on transferred
> images
> > (there was nothing wrong with the images on the other computer.

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