I have a small ?warm? traveling all across my screen (not kidding a 2 pixel size). I searched for a software virus but nothing. I rebooted and it still exists. I am running on VISTA with NVIDIA VC.
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Is this happen when your PC fully boot up? have you seen them during the initial boot up or when you open the BIOS setting screen?
If you can see in BIOS setting screen chances are something wrong with your monitor...
If not.. get different antivirous scan again... worst case reformat the hard drive reinstall the O/S...
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Color temperature refers to how red (warm) or blue (cool) the color palette is. This control helps you to adjust the color settings on your TV. You can change the color settings by following these steps:
- Using the TV remote, select settings and look for a menu item labelled video or picture.
- Select Color Temperature. A slider should appear that allows you to slide between cool and warm colors. The colors might also be labelled red or blue.
- Slide the settings away from red/warm and towards blue/cool using the remote control. You can leave the slider at the point where the color is most pleasing to you.
Check the Va & Vs voltage to panel. If any one among this is not normal, this kind of fault can occur. If you wish to get some details; check the site linked here. Pull up older posts. http://electronicshelponline.blogspot.com/ Faults & possible causes to LCD & Plasma screen are given with illustrations. You can get an idea about the fault to an extent. Faults to all LCD & Plasma screen are similar, irrespective of its brand and screen size. Search the site by type in the "BRAND NAME" of your device; (Exclude the model number), in the "Search box at the top right of the display window of the Homepage" to get gathered related posts.
take the trim an other parts off from the monitor to the bare screen (no metal edges on it. an take a very warm not hot but warm spoon an slide it across the top of where the lines are on the screen .it reseals the pixal lighting tubes.
It has caused a screen bleed of the pixels. There is no way on repairing this unless you replace the whole screen which will cost as much as the t.v. itself. As time persist, the lines will become larger as the crack will spread.
You can increase the size of text by pressing control + or - buttons press control button first. Also there is zoom in the tools section and also you can increase the size of text in the control panel or the web page under tools sections of most browsers. If we new the browser or what you text is small in or even if it was small every where you can change the resolution size of your Windows. Win 7 you can incease text by going to control panel click on display once there go to where it says increase your text size. Not sure what your operating system is either. So assuming it is Win 7 I hope that this assists you. John
If you wish to get some details; visit the site linked here. Pull up older posts. http://electronicshelponline.blogspot.com/
Line faults & possible causes to LCD & Plasma screen are given with illustrations. You can get an idea about the fault to an extent. Faults to all LCD & Plasma screen are similar, irrespective of its brand and screen size.
Search the site by type in the "BRAND NAME" of your device; (Exclude the model number), in the "Search box at the top right of the display window of the Homepage" to get gathered related posts
To resize an image with Adobe Photoshop Elements 4.0 you first need to
open the image. After opening the image you will select
Image---> Resize---> Image Size. If you select canvas size the image itself
will not change.
At the Image Size menu, make sure that the "resample" check box at the
bottom of the menu is selected. Then enter the desired resolution and
width/height. For printing an image, a resolution of 300 pixels/inch or
more is desirable. When images are intended for computer or web
display, 72 pixels/inch (sometimes referred to as dpi) is sufficient.
You can set the image size in pixels (at the top of the menu) or in
inches (at the lower part of the menu). Once the desired sizes are
entered you only need to press "ok" for the change to be made.
Photoshop Elements also offers another method of resizing an image. You
can use the "crop" function to resize your image quickly. The crop tool
looks like a small square with overlapping edges and can also be
accessed through the Image menu bar at the top of your screen.
Once the crop tool options bar opens, select "custom" and then enter
the desired height/width and resolution. To crop to specific pixels you
must enter the letters "px" after the size number in the width/height
boxes. If only one dimension is important you can enter information in
only one box and let the other dimension be determined purely by where
you place the crop line.
After entering your preferences you will click and drag the crop tool
across the image to select the part of the image you wish to keep.