Question about Samsung Computers & Internet
My tv has just yesterday night begund to show random pixels in different colors covering most of the screen. What can i do to remove this? Nothing has happened with the tv, its wallmounted, and while it was turned on, connected to a ps3, it bugged.
If nothing has happen you tv just change the cables and see if not work send your tv to manufacture or retailer if there is a warranty hope that it will help you
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Do you have your screen saver enabled, i so turn it off and se if it still does it. Secondly boot your pc in safe mode(pressing F8) on boot up and select start windows in safe mode. See if the monitor still does it, if so a monitor fault or loose/faulty vga lead. If it is ok then your graphics driver may be corrupt and need re installing.
Posted on Dec 30, 2006
Sounds like your ether running the computer in safe mode are you need to reinstall your graphics card driver.
If you are running it in safe mode which I seriously doubt then it should say Safe mode in the corners of the screen and all you should have to do is restart the computer and everything should be ok
More likely your graphics card driver is messed up for some reason.
the easy way to update and fix the driver is to go to the manufacturer of the graphics cards web site and download the newest driver
to check what card you have go to display properties, the settings tab , click advanced then click the adapter tab and it should tell you what type it is.
when you know what brand and model you have you can go to the manufacturers download site and download the latest driver set and run the installer. these are only some of most common manufacturers I didn't mention yours just google it.
for intel graphics its
wouldn't hurt to do a virus scan sounds like something corrupted that driver and that can't be good or it could just be windows being strange
A good free antivirus if you don't have one is AVG
hope that helps!
Posted on Nov 11, 2007
Hey man, thanks for coming to me. Um yea, massaging may help but too hard will do damage since it is LCD is Liquid Crystal Display and it is fragile and easy to damage. The water should clear up in a few months, if not i would look at replacing it which can be costly. Here is a link to fix your unstuck pixels
Now im not liking that bit about how you mentioned was spreading so leave it for about two days, give the therapy for the screen a try and let me know if the laptop screen is healing. For the moment if you have one i recommend you hook up a VGA Monitor, old school stuff if you can and give the LCD a rest. I will post as a solution but comment back and i will keep helping you as much as you need it.
Posted on Dec 21, 2008
Best thing to do, try a different known working monitor to hook up to the computer. If the screen works and doesn't change colors then you know its the original monitor that is bad.
If you hook up the known working monitor and the same problem happens then you know its the video card that is bad and the video card would have to be replaced.
Posted on Aug 23, 2009
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