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Detect dead or stuck pixels with Rizone Pixel Repair tool

Rizone Pixel Repair is a simple to use application that can be used to detect dead and stuck pixels of your LCD monitor. It can also be used for repairing stuck pixels, but it won’t repair dead pixels (black one).

The ‘Dead pixel locator’ on ‘Rizone Pixel Repair’ lets you find dead or stuck pixels. After you’ve located stuck pixels, you can try to repair them with this tool.

To repair stuck pixels, set the color mode, press go and place the flashy window thingy under the stuck pixel. Sometimes this unstuck that pixel, but not always.

The Dead pixel locator’ section also help you find dirty little spots and dust when you clean your screen (Because dust doesn’t show on all colors’).

You can download Rizone Pixel Repair at source


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