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New AE100 poll! Dead pixels.  

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AE100 owners let us know if you have dead pixels.

Steve
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I had what I thought was dead pixel(s). Turned out to be a speck of dust that covered 3 pixels (sort of like a line) that has since disappeared.
post #3 of 6
I have 1 pixel that's always blue - not sure if that counts as dead or just stuck on.
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That would be a stuck pixel. I would go ahead and count it as a dead pixel for this poll.
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NOTE: If your "dead" pixel is down in the bottom left-hand corner of your screen and you are using PowerStrip for "wide screen" mode ... the pixel is NOT dead...it's just some strange querk with PowerStrip ... if you close the PS tray icon the bright pixel goes away.
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NOTE: If your "dead" pixel is down in the bottom left-hand corner of your screen and you are using PowerStrip for "wide screen" mode ... the pixel is NOT dead...it's just some strange querk with PowerStrip ... if you close the PS tray icon the bright pixel goes away.
I have 2 and sometimes 3 of these adjacent to each other in the bottom left-hand corner but they only show up when using PowerDVD. When viewing Hipix or WinXP desktop, they work normally. As you mentioned, closing the PowerStrip icon fixes the problem.

Ted
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