trainbus120

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Hi, my laptop screen is acting strange. There are several red blots and images and pictures look shabby. Can anyone help. Has anyone encountered this before??

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trainbus120

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@ravi: mujhe lagta hai kay apki lcd/led screen main masla hai. You can get it replaced though.
Hi Sher, probably. Sick Dell people told it would cost 12k:Emsisoft Emergency Kit (EEK)::Emsisoft Emergency Kit (EEK)::Emsisoft Emergency Kit (EEK)::Emsisoft Emergency Kit (EEK):

Screenshot is very small. can't see anything.
Thanks viktik, since it is not allowing larger image I posted a smaller one. Feel as if the led screen is gone:confused:g
 
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venustus

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Viktik gave you good information!
Assuming it is not a defect,did you update the drivers recently?
 
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trainbus120

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If you did not do anything, then its manufacturing defect.
So dell must replace it for free.

High moisture in air can cause problem in monitor. So you should take care of monitor in rainy season.
Thanks viktik!!! My system is some 4 years old. So probably my excessive usage might be behind this:confused::mad:

Viktik gave you good information!
Assuming it is not a defect,did you update the drivers recently?
Hi dear!! Probably every thing apart from my excessive usage which could have led to this I feel is fine:rolleyes:
 
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viktik

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my old laptop is 10 years old. At-least 5 years of excessive use. monitor is still working good.
 

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If they are red dots then they might just be stuck pixels.White dots would be dead pixels.There are online tests and also fixes for stuck pixels.Since you are probably past the warranty you can try and fix the problem before buying a new screen
Here is a link with some fixes
http://www.techradar.com/us/news/computing-components/peripherals/how-to-fix-dead-pixels-on-your-lcd-monitor-598484

You can post a larger image.Click upload a file next to post reply>choose the file>after it loads click thumbnail.When you click on the thumbnail it will then open the larger image in a window.Click below for an example
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