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So, you bought and slick new LCD monitor and first think you did when you plugged it your computer was to check if you were "lucky" and got dead pixels. (Yeah, me too.)

These are three simple programs that can help you with the procedure:

On similar subject... You probably heard about Samsung's Zero Dead Pixel policy, right? I didn't dig deep, but it seems it's just Zero Bright Dot Warranty. So dead pixels are allowed. 7 on my model. Luckily I found none.

Posted on Thursday, May 05, 2005 9:09 PM | Filed under: Gadgets |


# re: Dead pixels, anybody? 10/23/2005 12:45 AM thepix
look this, it allows to locate and sometimes fix dead pixels :

# re: Dead pixels, anybody? 10/23/2005 9:09 PM David
Tnx. I'm not sure about fixing dead pixel though...

# re: Dead pixels, anybody? 5/3/2006 8:16 AM Fix Dead Pixels
Hello. There is no program that can fix dead pixels. But there is one who can fix the stuck ones. You can find a stuck pixel remover at this webstie:
Good Luck.

# re: Dead pixels, anybody? 5/11/2006 9:37 AM Matt D.
Hello. You can also try the dead pixel fixer from this website.It has also a "search dead pixel" function. Good Luck!

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