white like grey dots on monitor

August 24, 2019 at 04:07:31
Specs: Windows 10
about like few months ago, I saw these white dots on my computer screen but it's just a small part so i not really care that. But they somehow like grow? em now about half of my screen have these dots, i mean is alot bout half of my screen, but its obvious when its black, not very seem much with white screen. I have double screen, on of my screen not have these dots just my main monitor. I think is not my gpu problem right?

https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/fo... <just like that, its very hard to find.

I not really want to change my monitor so is there any way to get rid of that dots?


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#1
August 24, 2019 at 04:26:27
If you plug the spotty monitor into the outlet for the other monitor and the spots remain then the problem is monitor itself.

What you’re describing is usually an indication of loss of pixels on the (spotty in this case) monitor screen. Occasionally a faulty cable might produce a similar effect and even a faulty output on graphics card. But my money is on the monitor losing pixels.

Is this a desktop or laptop system?

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#2
August 24, 2019 at 08:20:36
Try this, it's free so you have nothing to lose: http://www.jscreenfix.com/

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#3
August 24, 2019 at 08:57:22
My guess is that the liquid crystal material in that part of
the screen has "gone bad" in some way. The liquid crystals
change from clear to opaque and back again as electricity
is applied to them, allowing light through or blocking it.
The dots of liquid crystal for some of the pixels on your
screen are evidently not becoming as fully opaque as they
should. There is no way to repair that.

I had a tiny yellowish splotch on my screen surrounding
a single pixel. I lived with it for several weeks or months
before learning that some problems like that could be fixed
by gently pressing or rubbing the spot, not much different
from just cleaning the surface of the screen. I tried it and
was surprised and delighted to find that it worked perfectly.
Your problem is far more extensive and may be entirely
different, so I doubt it will help, but you could try it.

The yellow splotch on my screen was most visible when
that part of the screen was light, which is one reason why
I suspect that rubbing the screen won't help you.

-- Jeff, in Minneapolis


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#4
August 25, 2019 at 02:45:00
mine is desktop. seems like its the monitor itself, i try to plug on other pc and its still like that.

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#5
August 25, 2019 at 02:46:11
that jscreenfix didn't help ..

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#6
August 25, 2019 at 02:49:20
liquid crystal material? How's that happen?

Rubbing that didn't help as you say.


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#7
August 25, 2019 at 02:49:43
Oh it can't be screenshot btw
Its like just behind the screen

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#8
August 25, 2019 at 04:14:28
Unlike olde fashioned crt (Cathode Ray Tubes) screens, flat screen display can (and do) lose individual elements (pixels) or segments of the screen area.

A flat screen is made up of minute clusters of three elements/pixels; one red, one blue, one green. They form a very complex mosaic and the individual coloured pixels are "switched on" according to the nature of the signal being received... Thus you get all blue, or all red, or all green, and mixtures of the three to give to give the other colours; and also of course the right mix to produce white.

Over time these individual pixels can simply fail, and there's nothing you can do to either resolve it or prevent it happening.

When you buy a flat screen display (new) it's not uncommon to find an odd "spot" here and there, but most are generally free of the flaws like that.

This is Sony's advice re' LED displays... the first one in the list is pretty sums up the situation rather well?

https://www.sony.com/electronics/su...

Some reading to help perhaps?

https://www.engineersgarage.com/art...

https://www.quora.com/How-do-I-easi...

http://ledmonitors.info/

https://www.rtings.com/tv/learn/lcd...

This link details a little more how the current displays control the colour aspects...

https://www.quora.com/How-do-LCD-an...

If you have tried the other (the good) monitor on the output of the spotty monitor and the display is OK there then again you have pretty well confirmed it is the display losing pixels situation... Highly unlikely to be a cable problem, or the display adapter; although not entirely unknown for them to be involved. either you live with the display as is until it becomes really bad.. or you rep[lace it now? The main led matirx/screen is not "usually" replaceable. Invariably cheaper to buy another monitor.


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