Pixel Repair

By | September 25, 2015
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Version0.6.9.691
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Create DateSeptember 25, 2015
Last UpdatedOctober 9, 2016

With this little tool, you can detect and fix stuck pixels on flat LCD screens. It won't bring completely dead (i.e. black) pixels back to life, but it should work if they're just stuck on a particular color. Many tools like this can be found all over the internet, but we could not find a tool with all the functions in one. Therefore, an adequate application was created, called Rizonesoft Pixel Repair.

Before we continue with what you can do with Pixel Repair, let us start with what you cannot do. First of all, you can only attempt to repair stuck pixels and it will not repair dead pixels. Secondly, it will not work every time either. No miracles here boys and girls.

You can use the 'Dead pixel locator' section on 'Pixel Repair' to look for dead or stuck pixels. You can also use this section to help you find dirty little spots and dust when you clean your screen (Because dust does not show on all colors). Now, after you've located stuck pixels, try to repair them with this tool. Set the color mode, press go and place the flashy window thingy under the stuck pixel. Sometimes this unsticks that pixel, but as stated before, not always.

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Author: Rizonesoft

Hi, my name is Derick Payne and I'm the owner of Rizonesoft. Thank you for using my software and reading my posts. For whatever reason you came to Rizonesoft.com, thanks for visiting us. Feel free to connect with me on Facebook. I'm looking forward to hearing from you. https://web.facebook.com/DerickPayne13

4 thoughts on “Pixel Repair

  1. Steven Gruchawka

    This is a nice tool, but does not appear to work on multiple displays. For example, I have two displays and it only works on the main display. However, a workaround is I go to Control Panel> Displays and switch the “Main Display” to the second monitor, then it works on the second display. Then I switch back when done.

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