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Old 12-26-2005, 01:51 AM   #11 (permalink)
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Try running this fullscreen, can fix LCD moniters as well but was designed for the PSP

BTW BE CAREFUL and turn away when this is going if your epileptic.. It's as bad as seizurerobots.com lol


http://www.jeffpatch.com/?postid=98


it works br forcing data onto the stuck pixels over and over and over.. and hopefully frees it eventually/. just leave it on overnight.

got 1 of the 2 pixels on my psp hehe

works on computers too btw.. all lcds pretty much work the same minus B&W ones
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Seems like a brute force attach on trying to jostle the crystals...but it never hurts to try
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