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Monitor I have developed a shade spot on my laptop display.

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  • bhartek Jan 26, 2009

    Hi...My LCD is solid white with thich Black line in middle. Updated all drivers no use. Can anyone suggest if it is Screen or Inverter. Works fine one external PC.

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This is probably a dead pixel area and there may not be anything that can be done other than replacing the screen. This could also be a stale area in the liquid crystal. Try massaging the area firmly, just hard enough to make the screen change color, but not too hard as to make it turn black. If it's a stale area this should refresh it. If it's a dead area, then I'm afraid replacement is the only option.

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