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Screen Issues I am experiencing dead spots on my screen. We have customers sign the screen and it dose not pick up the whole signature because of the dead spots on the screen.

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This could be either an adjustment, a Ribbon cable not making good contact or that you need to replace the Digitizer. can you post a picture of the output so We can try to figure out which?

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Digitizer doesnt work


The Apple iPod is a handy device for listening to your favorite music, but mechanical issues can lead to frustration.

In particular, one problem you may encounter is a touch screen that ceases to function, whether completely or only on certain portions of the screen.

In some cases, a simple fix can solve the problem, while in others, a malfunctioning touch screen may be the sign of a more serious issue.Moisture

Moisture on your fingertips can cause an iPod touch screen to function erratically or not at all. Foreign substances such as hand lotion can also impact the touch screen.
A good practice is to thoroughly wash and dry your hands before using the device.
Wiping the screen with a microfiber polishing cloth can remove any debris accumulated on the touch screen, allowing for the direct fingertip contact necessary for proper functioning.
Barriers

Using a plastic sheet to cover the touch screen provides protection against dirt and smudges. However, the plastic can also create a barrier that prevents essential fingertip contact, especially if it is old and dirty.

Removing the plastic allows you to test the screen to see if it is hindering operation.
Wearing gloves when using your iPod may also inhibit the necessary screen contact, so removing them may also provide a remedy.

Ending Application If your iPod's touch screen freezes or becomes unresponsive when using a specific application, simply restarting the application may solve the problem.

First shut down the application; if this doesn't work, shut down the unit completely and then restart it.
Dead Spots
Instead of a completely unresponsive screen, you may experience difficulty only in specific areas. These "dead spots" are often the result of malfunctioning pixels, which are the components that comprise a digital image.

If you suspect bad pixels are causing your touch screen issues, notify Apple Support for repairs or even replacement.

According to the Tuaw website, Apple's policy has generally been to provide automatic replacement for iPods experiencing pixel problems.

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Windows 8 wont recognize datel game controller


Try this Access Startup Settings When the Choose an option screen appears, click or tap the Troubleshoot tile.
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Next, click or tap the Advanced options tile.
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Select the Startup Settings tile on the Advanced options screen.
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Click the Restart button on the Startup Settings screen to reboot your computer again.
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Disable Driver Signature Enforcement On the Startup Settings screen, tap the F7 or 7 key on your keyboard to select the "Disable driver signature enforcement" option.
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Windows 8 will immediately boot to its typical lock screen. Sign into Windows 8 as you normally would - everything will look the same, except Windows will no longer demand driver signatures until you next reboot.
You can now install unsigned drivers as you would on previous versions of Windows. Windows will alert you if you try to install a driver that isn't properly signed, but you'll see an "install this driver software anyway" option you can choose.
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Reboot When you're done installing the unsigned drivers, reboot your computer. Windows will keep using any unsigned drivers you've already loaded, even as it enforces signature requirements for new drivers.

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I've heard that there are some screen issues with the iPhone 5, have anyone experienced any of them?


I personally didn't have any screen issues with my iPhone 5 although a friend of mine told me that he have experienced a bubble effect. When he presses the phone, no matter where, there were a certain spot on the bottom of the phone that glowed in a bubble shape, you can watch the attach video to see is you got the same problem http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_4kYbiygU6A&feature=player_embedded

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I have a brown spot in the corner of the tv on the screen it almost looks like a water spot. Can this be repaired..


No,these problems are called a bruses or dead pictures pixels spots.These problems are only can causes by outer forces did some harm to the tv LCD screen panel itself.Sorry this problems can't be repair only can be replace like the whole LCD screen panel itself.Not pratical,save ur money buy a new tv.

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I have 4 registers with verifone mx830's and we've had nothing but problems since we got them, Sometimes and it seems to be completely random, the amount on the pin pad screen will be differetn than the...


This seems like a software issue. Most of these systems have a back of the house system that was installed by a company. There are a lot of settings and debug issues that a developer can look at. Your best bet is contacting the company that put these in and letting them know about your issues.

If this is not an option, try power cycling the devices.

Unplug them for about 30 seconds and plug them back in.

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On my toshoba pc 17'' sreen I have black spot on the top corner and the bottom of my screen , is my screen diying oley one year old


There are two types of black spots. The first, I call bruising. This is a dark area on the screen that can vary in size and still allows for proper viewing. The second is a black dot. If it is a black dot about the size of the period in this sentence, it is a dead pixel. Most manufacturers allow for up to 5 dead pixels before they will treat it as a problem. In either case, dead pixels and bruising are more of an annoyance than anything. I have seen screens with both issues work for up to 5 years under these conditions. They will eventually fail but how long it takes it to fail, is anyone's guess. There are numerous outlets for new or used screens. If you plan on keeping this for a while, I would recommend contacting the manufacturer to see if they will do anything or pick up another screen and have it on hand to replace it if it should fail.

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Black spots on screen in the top corner and bottem of screen


how big are the black spots? are they pixel size? i have one black spot too but its called a "dead pixel" when ya buy laptops these days, sometimes...they will have a dead pixel gaurentee for like 25 dollars, but i didnt choose that so now im stuck with one annoying dead pixel on my 5 thousand dollar laptop but im fine with it i guess. when my screen gets bad, im rich enough to just replace the whole screen anyway. dead pixels cant be fixed i dont think just replaced by the whole screen.

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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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