Video | Dead Pixel Tester 3.00
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1) Ensure your screen is free from dirt and marks,if possible clean it with correct recommended products.
2) Make sure your screen resolutions are correct for your monitor, e.g. if your screen is 1680x1050, make sure the resolution for that monitor is set at 1680x1050.
3) Use the right mouse button to toggle the main menu on and off, so that you can see the whole screen without any interference.
4) Use the left mouse button to toggle through the basic application colours of Black (Check for stuck on pixels), Blue (Check for dead blue pixels), Red (Check for dead red pixels), Green (Check for dead green pixels), and White (Check for dead pixel group)
5) Each time you select a new colour, scan your screen carefully looking for defects (Black spots will be dead pixels on any colour screen)
6) Use the [M] key to toggle a Marker at any suspect point on the screen.This allows you to scan the rest of the screen and come back to that area/check the screen is clean. Hint : After placing a Marker you can move about to check if the pixel moves in the area or not. If it does not move then it is most likely a dead pixel, if it does move then it is probably a mark on the outside of the screen.
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