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monitor noise glitter

Hello, I have a flat monitor that also at the bootstrap in the dos mode show the glitter pixels into the blak area of screen.
What you think about? alimentation problem or monitor problem?
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francecap
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DoTheDEW335Commented:
Could be a few things,  Res, Frequency, Vid card, Monitor..

Best bet is try it on another PC 1st.. See if possibly the monitor has a self test feature.
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CallandorCommented:
I have seen this on DVI cables that were not well made (or shielded).  Try a different DVI cable of good quality.  My term for them is "green sparklies".
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LeoTerCommented:
TFT monitors often come with dead pixels. There's a lot of fuzz about this on the net because all vendors react differently on this phenomenon. Type "dead pixels" in google and it will come up with tons of informative links, like
http://graphics.tomshardware.com/display/20030319/
http://www.lcd-monitor-reviews.com/lcd-monitor-resources/lcd-monitors-dead-pixels.html
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XSINUXCommented:
These Pixels are some times referred to as dead spots. It is caused because of a burnt out Photo transistor at that location. Upto 6 dead pixels are industry standard.

The ony one Resoultion which may work some times is to apply pressure on the dead pixel and see if it comes to life. If it does not, Contact you manufacturer and complain that you have 10 Dead Pixels and that its intermittent and demand a replacement.

Nothing else would work.


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DoTheDEW335Commented:
Any update to this? have you been able to test it on another pc?
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