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My sonny vaio's display has garbage on it (it's like there's some pixels out of colors and the resolution problems) what may be the cause of it? BTW vgn-fz31m

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I think i have the same problem with my Toshiba Satellite p100 i am having a heap of pixels with the wrong color on my screen and the thing is that the number of pixels position and color depends on the image on the screen any help

Posted on Sep 05, 2010

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    I think i am haveing the same problem as you I am having problems with my Toshiba Satellite P100's display it only started happening when i installed windows 7 onto it the problem is that i am getting a heap of pixels in the wrong color and the number and position of the pixels depends on the image on the screen any help

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