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Old 06-01-2005, 11:11 PM   #11 (permalink)
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It seems that all of the tests on my computer pop up black and white (even the blue and yellow, etc.). Any ideas why?
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Well folks, this is an excelent example of what happens when you use Apple products.
dumbass?

it's just an example of a product gone wrong//gone old
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Well folks, this is an excelent example of what happens when you use Apple products.
That is exactly what I was thinking. I think the only thing I like that came out of apple is the OS X operating system, and I only like it because of BSD.
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It seems that all of the tests on my computer pop up black and white (even the blue and yellow, etc.). Any ideas why?
Hello,

http://www.gdargaud.net/Hack/DeadPixels.html

The varied colour tests look as though it's simply black and white, but if you look closely you'll see the colours. If not with the naked eye then with a microscope. It's just that the black and white in combination with the colours, dominate the screen.
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Wow, I never knew you could massage out dead pixels. I finally got rid of that white pain in the *** in the middle of my screen that has been bugging me for some time. Thanks for all the information.
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