Question about Computers & Internet
For some reason, there is a green flickering pixel at certain point on screen when background is black.
I read up on this awhile back, and it is probably bad pixels in the display screen. The display screen is controlled by tiny transistors (tft for thin film transistor). Sometimes they can come from the manufacturer bad, they say, but they can also go bad if you apply too much pressure when cleaning the screen (use the moist screen type cleaners- you can buy them at any computer store- Best Buy, Walmart, etc). If the screen gets bumped too hard, they can be damaged also.
There is nothing you can do in this case to fix it, aside from replacing the whole display. It's conceivable that the driver could have a bad feed to the display screen, and in that case would have to be replaced, but you would probably be better off buying a new computer, in that case. Most likely it's just a bad "spot" on the screen, and although annoying, won't hurt anything if you can live with it. Hope this helps!
Posted on May 10, 2010
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