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Laptop's LCD Panel showing a vertical burn-in patch (Picture Attached)

My Acer Travelmate Laptop suddenly started to display an odd vertical patch. It happened when I resumed my laptop from Stand-by mode. This patch is about 1.5 inches wide and runs from the top of the screen to the bottom. The color under the display is fine but the brightness is dull. I used DPT software (Dead Pixel Tester) to re-activate the pixels but it did not work. Although I did notice that the patch is not visible when the background image is green. (Seen below)

Please help me out with this problem!

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Try updating your display driver.

Generally the computer should be updated as far as the drivers is concerned.

Check on line at the website of this laptop for updated drivers.

Check these before you do anything else.

Posted on Feb 01, 2008

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