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shoe
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posted 04-15-2015 08:57 PM      Profile for shoe   Email shoe   Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
My granddaughter stepped on my laptop (the lid was closed) now there is a black spot on my screen. Is there anything I can do to fix it? Its up in the left hand corner I can still see 95% of my screen.
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Old Norm
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posted 04-15-2015 09:19 PM      Profile for Old Norm   Email Old Norm   Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
You're out of my league with this one. Good luck. Hope someone here can help you.

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shoe
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posted 04-15-2015 11:18 PM      Profile for shoe   Email shoe   Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
thanks Norm
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catmandoo
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posted 09-30-2015 11:13 AM      Profile for catmandoo   Email catmandoo   Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
shoe, I found this article that might be of some help.

Dead pixels can be extremely distracting when you are trying to use a computer, appearing as black spots on your screen. Each individual pixel on an LCD screen is made up of three diodes -- one red, one blue and one green. If all three fail, the pixel will appear as a permanent black dot. In some circumstances, you can bring a dead pixel back to life by using a recovery application on your monitor. Recovery applications force the pixels on your monitor to change rapidly, potentially re-awakening the faulty diodes. Alternatively, massaging a dead pixel with a soft object can sometimes fix the issue.

Here is a video that might help too.

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posted 04-12-2016 12:27 PM      Profile for Ol' Blue   Email Ol' Blue   Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
Only fix is a new screen.
She has fractured the LCD, Liquid Crystal Display.

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