I am currently having problems with multi-colored pixels popping up on my monitor while it is on. The pixels pretty much stay, and more pop up the longer the computer is on. When I drag windows, the pixels create 'lines' on the screen.
Is this a monitor problem, power supply, or video card?
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Go to start,type in Msconfig and press Enter.You will see a box with a section labelled Startup.Click on that and look for Empowering Technologies in the list.Any with that description,remove the checkmark and the go to lower right corner of the box and click apply then ok,then restart your computer.That should fix your problem..good luck :)
The problem is either the video graphics card in the computer or the monitor, if you have a backup monitor check the computer first, if the same problem persists the video graphics card is bad. If however the second monitor is fine, then your monitor is the problem, The screen is breaking down, if you have a detachable video cable, sub it for another to make sure there are no issues,if okay your monitor is the problem and not cost effective for repair.
Unfortunatly you do have dead pixels, but you cant fix them. Lots of lcd displays have them, some are more noticable than others, it dosent mean your lcd monitor is going to fail soon or anything like that, even brand new lcd monitors have dead pixels it is a comman anoying problem with them.
Dead or stuck pixels are not uncommon in LCD displays, and the less you pay, the more likely it is to happen (as a general rule) Most manufacturers will a dead pixel warranty, ranging from 7 days to lifetime.
Read your warranty carefully, and speak to the place where you bought your display.
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