Question about Computers & Internet
I saw you post stating that you have pink spots/dots on your Screen.
to determine what the problem is we weill need to turn your computer off and boot into the BIOS screen.
1. Turn your Computer Off, then as soon as you power the machine On keep on tapping F1 on the keyboard to get the BIOS screen it will be a Blue screen with white fonts on it, in that screen see if the pinks dots are present or not.
2. If the pink dots are present in BIO then that means that the LCD screen of your Laptop needs to be replaced.
3. You will need to call your manufacturer regarding this concern check if your system is still in warranty, because this will be very expensive if you are out of warranty.
4. All manufacturers will cover a pixelated LCD screen if the dots or pixelated area has at-least 5 or more dots/pixelated areas on the LCD screen.
I hope that his will help you with the concern that you have posted.
Have a nice day.
Posted on Apr 06, 2011
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