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How to find and fix dead pixels using PixelRepairer

For users of LCD, LCD after use for some time, sometimes appear 'points' on the screen and can not display colors correctly. Point on the screen just visible [light], and this will be the same when changing the display monitor. so that the display quality is so bad.

Place dots on the screen is called Dead Pixel or Stuck Pixel. How do I find out, and if it comes up how to fix it?

Find out / Check for Dead Pixels

In essence, to check the existence of dead pixels is quite easy, sometimes we can immediately see on the screen, because the dead pixel color display is always the same even though the screen / monitor change. Or to make a full screen image with one color, like black or white. This way if there is a dead pixel will be clearly visible.

In addition to the above, also can use the software, for example, can use PixelRepairer Freeware. This freeware has several features, including:
  1. Help find a dead pixel
  2. Can help to fix dead pixels
  3. Repair dead pixels can be run without having to stop working with computers
  4. Does not require installation (Portable)
  5. can handle multiple monitors with one computer

Looking for Dead Pixels

To find the dead pixel with PixelRepairer this, follow these steps:
  1. Clean the monitor
  2. Run PixelRepairer
  3. If the search button is not active, activate the Search button, the existing loop drawings, in the upper left.
  4. If more than one monitor is connected, select one.
  5. Choose one color in the color list (pattern).
  6. Click the Enable button, thereby changing the monitor screen with a color or a pattern.
  7. Check the monitor, if there is a point / pixel having a color other than the selected color, means that there are dead pixels on the monitor.
  8. To exit, right click the screen or press the ESC keyboard.

If the dead pixel is found on the screen, remember its position, and then do repairs in the following ways:
  1. Run PixelRepairer
  2. Click the Repair button (button / image second from top)
  3. Add the repair area, by clicking the Add button, so the small box will appear called a "Repairer". We can set the size on the size option at the bottom.
  4. Drag a small box "Repairer" to a position where there are dead pixels
  5. Select the operating mode: noise or solid. If the noise option does not work, try again by choosing a solid option.
  6. Select the size of the improvements, must include areas where there are dead pixels
  7. Frequency is set equal to the frequency of the monitor. usually frequency 60Hz
  8. If Dead pixel is in some places, add the Area "Repairer" other
  9. Minimize the application window
  10. Wait about an hour.
  11. See the results or check your monitor.

Sometimes a dead pixel on the monitor is permanent and irreversible. So by using software like this PixelRepairer not always guarantee success 100%. Besides can be used for LCD monitor, can also be used for Plasma TV Pixel. This software runs on Windows operating system and licensed Freeware (free). Download PixelRepairer_2.0 (698 KB).

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