December 24, 2009

How to Check for Dead Pixels on LCD Monitors

If you have an LCD monitor for your PC, then sometimes some pixels on the LCD might not work properly. A defective (hot, dead or stuck) pixel is a pixel that does not illuminate properly or does not display the correct color output. It usually looks like an annoying black, white or colored spot on your screen. It is not easy to find dead pixels directly on your monitor. InjuredPixels is a freeware tool which llows you to easily check for dead or defective pixels on LCD monitors

It can be used to test new LCDs before purchasing or during the warranty period. InjuredPixels is very easy to use and can be run directly from the Internet without installation. When you execute the program, it actually fills the entire screen with a primary or custom color, allowing you to inspect the screen for pixels that do not match the selected color.It is User Friendly Software

InjuredPixels runs on Windows 7, Windows Vista and Windows XP with Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 or above. The main executable program file of InjuredPixels natively runs on both 64-bit and 32-bit versions of Windows.

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