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Monitor problem (dead pixel? or bug blood?)


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#1 kamador451

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Posted 30 April 2012 - 07:37 PM

Most of you will laugh because this is ridiculous.

So a bug got attracted to the LED screen and flew onto my computer screen. I killed it obviously by squishing the bug while it's on my screen. Now on the same spot there is this dot there which I can see clearly if the background is white (for example I can see this spot if I am in a folder and the area the dpt is on is white; under black background such as letters it disappears).

I though it was just bug blood so I took a cloth and wipe it. It didn't disappear. I scrubed harder like I was trying to get rid of a really bad stain. It's still there. I tried using electronic cleaning wipes too.

Then I tried pulling the plug of my monitor but didn't work.

Maybe the squishing caused some pixels to die or something. I HAVE NO IDEA. but it's annoying.

Any Advice? I was thinking like a software to refresh all the pixels or refresh the monitor?

Edited by kamador451, 30 April 2012 - 07:41 PM.


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Posted 30 April 2012 - 08:28 PM

Bugs often carry certain enzymes that will cause a pixel to get angry and only show red.



.. or its probably just a dead pixel. Sorry to say its there forever and no software can get rid of it. You'll won't even notice it in a week :thumbup2:
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