This program helps to locate and fix LCD screens dead pixels.
You can fix the stuck pixels by calling them to do rapid changes. You need to run this program for a couple of hours. There is no warranty on the result, but you don't really have anything to lose trying it out. Good luck.
Windows Vista/XP/2000 with .NET Framework v2
Build 02/28/2007, version 2.2
- New flash method
- .Net version 2.0
- Bug fixes
- Vista compatibility
Build 01/25/2006, version 2.1
- Move flash zone with cursor
- Select color by right clicking on flash area
Build 11/30/2005, version 2.0
- Include installer/uninstaller
- Remember flash zone size and location
- Add a system tray icon which allow to hide the main window
Build 30/10/2005, version 1.0
I can't start the program or setup.
It is most likely that you do not have the Microsoft .NET Framework installed, you can get it here.
How to setup my flash interval
Use your LCD response time value, if you don't know, just set 25ms.
UDPixel unstuck one or more pixels.
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The program did not revive my dead pixels.
The process used is in no case working in every cases. Many users have been able to revive some dead pixels while other stayed as dead as before. Be sure you used it for several hours before giving up though, you have nothing to lose.
I have another problem and would like to contact you.
Mail me at , I will answer as soon as I can.
Edited by theSLug, 05 August 2008 - 08:56 AM.