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IsMyLcdOK 5.01 – Utility to Check “dead /paralysed/stuck” pixels in LCD

IsMyLcdOK 5.01 – Utility to Check “dead /paralysed/stuck” pixels in LCD

IsMyLcdOK is a utility for finding dead pixels or paralyzed pixels on the LCD. The application is quite small and simple, which is very useful for PC users to test the LCD they are using. The software requires no expertise in monitors and LCDs or expertise in display technology. IsMyLcdOK is available in a portable version so it doesn't have to be installed and can be run easily from the desktop, and you can run it with a small USB stick or another memory device. IsMyLcdOK Features 1. Pixel Tester with different colors and gradients: [1] = White Test[2] = Black Test[3] = Red Test[4] = Green Test[5] = Blue Test[6] = Cyan Test[7] = Purple Test[8] = Yellow Test[9] = Horizontal gradient[0] = Vertical gradient[F7] or [V] = Vertical line[F8] or [H] = Horizontal line 2. Small graphical stress test: [F2] = BitBlt MB/s. Test[F3] = Rectangular Paint[F4] = Paint Line[F5] = Endurance test How to Use: When you start "IsMyLcdOK" for the first time on a PC, you will see a license on the screen. The program is of course free for all, the license info is displayed only the first time (per PC). IsMyLcdOK shows you without detours and immediately in the program starts all the features and testing options. However, it can also be called with the F1 key. From here, you have access to several tests that depict colors, gradients, and lines that help find dead or lame pixels. You can exit the program with the ESC key. Supported Operas systems Windows 11, Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 7Server...

How to test and fix monitor dead pixels

How to test and fix monitor dead pixels

LED/LCD monitor screen is composed of pixels as the smallest element of a digital image. If one of these pixels is not working properly, it will appear as a dot. Pixels that do not function properly are known as " dead pixels " or " stuck pixels ". While the pixels on the monitor screen are composed of three RGB sub-pixels (red, green, blue) to display color. If one of the RGB sub-pixels is dead, it is called a " Stuck Pixel ". And if those three RGB sub-pixels are all off, it's called a “Dead Pixel”, which usually looks like a black dot. How to test dead pixels Before starting the dead pixel test, the monitor screen should be cleaned first using a soft cloth and using LCD/LED cleaning fluid. So that you won't be confused about distinguishing black dots because of dirt or dead pixels. To see dead pixels, you can actually make a background on the screen with white, black, red, yellow, and blue colors. By changing the background color, observe the screen, whether there are black dots or dots that are not the same color as the background. An easier way to do a dead pixel test can be done online by visiting the “Dead-pixel check” website at “https://lcdtech.info/en/tests/dead.pixel.htm ”. Then you just click the "Start test" button and to change the background color, you just have to click on any point on the monitor screen. To return to the main page, all you have to do is press the "ESC" key on the keyboard. How to fix dead pixels Dead pixels cannot be fixed. Meanwhile, for...