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Just more or less got NC10 sorted and noticed what appeared to
be a mark on my screen.
I brushed it lightly and it still remained – so not dust.
Just applied a tiny bit of pressure on the “mark” and it is now perfect.
Anyone else had this problem?
No not heard of anyone having this problem with the NC10 – it doesn’t sound like the screen blotch problem (search the forums).
I take it the problem is all resolved then? It may have just been a stuck pixel.
No problem here and I have not seen any posts about defective pixels. If you have it you have done exactly right trying to “massage” the pixel can get it to work again.
hm.. Old thread but i have to leave a note here. Yesterday i saw 3 dots on my screen. 1 in black background and 2 in white background. I massage the screen and 2 of them disappear but i still got the one in the black background. I can live with it because i really have to look for it but it’s annoying to know. Any tip? Pixelpolicy?
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