get a new monitor they are cheap enough
answered Jul 17 '11 at 16:26
You could either get a new monitor, or you could try a new cable if you have one laying around. I was installing dual monitors at some offices, and 2 different DVI cables were "bad". I tried them in different computers, and with different monitors, and the picture wasn't correct.
answered Jul 18 '11 at 21:46
its not STUCK its DEAD. the LCD or LED has red,green, blue to make up all possible colors of light when one is single color, black, white or anything in between its means the led portion is dead. its HARDWARE not software so mucking around with software that claims to fix it wont. Yes there are cases where you can flash the monitor in every color to see if the led or backlight will come on, most of the time those are just to waste your time.
1 dead pixel do need to replace it, under warranty most companies wont replace unless 4 or 8 dead pixels in the same 1 inch area are visible.
answered Jul 19 '11 at 00:33