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It might be your screen saver if you have saved any. Pl brief your problem if else.

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My screen has all these little like bubbles or holes appearing on the top part of the screen. At first they appeared on the upper right and now its on the upper left too.


What kind of laptop is it? I've seen Dell Latitude ATG/XFR laptops with the ballistic glass screens have this issue. On those models, there's a bonding/optical agent between the glass and the LCD that eventually starts leaking out of the seals and leaves bubbles in the display.

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Touch screen has white bubbles


If this is a tablet, the bubbles may be forming under the screen protector plastic. This can be fixed by using a credit card or other plastic to gently push the bubbles out the sides.

If this is a different type of touch screen is may be separation of the protective layer from the touch screen / digitizer. The same solution may apply here assuming the adhesive between the protective layer and touch screen has not become "non-sticky"

Please provide more details if the above does not help.

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How do you install the screen protector, have the protector and card to get rid of bubbles but no instructions


You clean the screen first with toilet paper and water,then you dry the screen from the water and you make sure that there is nothing on it.
You take the screen protector out and you place slowly the first two corners.Then you take the card and stick it right to the end of the other two corners of the screen.

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Laptop display has bubble


id say you may need a new screen. depends if you mind it or not but if its a huge bubble i recommend you get a new screen display

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I tried to chang the screen saver but it keeps going back to the bubble screen saver


I think you are using the Windows7 Starter edition. This version does not allows you to customize settings.

Please clarify if you have any doubt.

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Brand new 120 GB Classic used twice and screen has developed two bubbles. Wipe screen and they appear to get smaller even disappear, only to slowly reappear the same as before.


Hello there hstar73.

Here's your GEEK-steer ...

You say it's new? Interestingly you also characterize the defect at "bubbles" that disappear when pressed down on, then slowly reappear.

Call me crazy, but that sounds like the perfect description of a screen with the protective film still adhered to the surface. They look like bubbles, because they are air bubbles, forming between the film and the surface of the screen.

Am I right? I gotta know! Thanks in advance for posting back to let me know either way. :)

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Bubble-like spots on lcd


Your Licquid Crystal Display appears to have gone bad... much like a dead pixel in a TV, you get a dead spot on the display of your lcd that looks like a bubbe.

You need to have the screen replaced or you will have to live with the bubbles. If the PC is still under warranty I'd send it in for repair. You may be able to pick up an inexpensive replacement on eBay, but make sure you are careful if you replace the screen yourself.

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