Question about Toshiba Portege M200 Notebook
Good day! A couple of months back, I noticed a small black dot / dead pixel near the center of the LCD of my now 4-month old Toshiba Portegé M600-E360. Its color is black when viewed in front, but when I look sideways, its color is white. My supplier said industry standard for replacing laptops due to dead pixels is minimum of 5 dead pixels. So I'm stuck with it. I tried running a flashing program, but it didn't work. Is there any other way of fixing it? Any help will be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
- Jac -
Without rplacing the main part of the lcd, I'm afraid you're stuck.
Nice laptop. Toshiba service has always been reasonable in my experience.
Sorry I couldn't offer better advice.
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