Undead Pixel 2.2 for Windows

by Samuel Larché

Avg. Rating 4.0 (23 votes)

File Details

File Size 0.0 MB
License Freeware
Operating System Windows 2000/Server 2003/Vista/XP
Date Added
Total Downloads 12,033
Publisher Samuel Larché
Homepage Undead Pixel

Publisher's Description

Undead Pixel helps to locate and fix LCD screens dead pixels. You can fix the stuck pixels by calling them to do rapid changes.

Latest Reviews

deadzone

deadzone reviewed v2.2 on May 26, 2013

I have issues with pixels on my secondary monitor, but this program only works on the primary monitor. Also crashes on exit.

cool_guy

cool_guy reviewed v2.2 on Aug 4, 2007

cousinkix1953, Of course it won't work if you haven't installed the .NET framework. Oubeaver is right and take his comments seriously. As for the program itself, it is a great program. At least the developer has tried to provide a possible solution. It doesn't hurt to try. Software can't fix hardware. Face it!

coolticker

coolticker reviewed v2.2 on Mar 5, 2007

Why use this heavy .NET 2.0 for such small tool ???

Of course this tool will never fix any real dead pixel, but it may help in case of "locked" pixels by sending a lot of electrical on/off signal that could unlock it.

Lil Alien

Lil Alien reviewed v2.2 on Mar 2, 2007

Very cool idea..

Unfortunately, the one stuck red pixel that came with my Dell 2007 monitor didn't go away after 3 hours of running the program..

I might try it once more, but doesn't look good..

A for effort!

Stryfe

Stryfe reviewed v2.2 on Mar 2, 2007

Well I will give it an A for effort, but unfortuantely it didn't work for me. I've had a pixel stuck on blue since i bought this lcd a year ago, not too annoying since its towards the bottom of the screen.

On a plus side the program does function under vista.

oubeaver

oubeaver reviewed v2.2 on Mar 2, 2007

cousinkix1953: You sir are an ass. Don't blame the application because your computer is so screwed up that it can't even install a simple little program. Seems to be working just fine for everyone else, hmmmm? Maybe its time to do a spyware/virus scan on your PC and find yourself an intro to computers class to take.
(An anger management class might help too.)

Oh yeah....sorry....this program actually did fix a "stuck" pixel on and older LCD. Pretty cool.

cousinkix1953

cousinkix1953 reviewed v2.2 on Mar 2, 2007

What a WORTHLESS piece of $hit. This prograsm won't even launch; so it isn't gonna work either. I tried installing twice with the same results. NOTHING! Then again, what do we really expect for nothing?

muka3d

muka3d reviewed v2.2 on Mar 2, 2007

Excellent software! Does exactly what it says. It fixed a pixel that I had stuck blue for about 3 months. Now it's gone, in a safe way!

Das mod

Das mod reviewed v2.2 on Mar 1, 2007

sweeeeeeeet

OAKsider

OAKsider reviewed v2.1 on Nov 28, 2006

Well said, oayz. Physically dead pixels cannot be fixed, even with a program named UnDeadPixel. (Catchy, though, aint it?!)

UDPixel is great (and very small!) app for checking for backlight bleeding, testing your monitor, or maybe - just maybe - unsticking a stubborn pixel or two. I give it a 5 out of 5 for effort, being simple and not breaking anything.

Avg. Rating 4.0 (23 votes)
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deadzone

deadzone reviewed v2.2 on May 26, 2013

I have issues with pixels on my secondary monitor, but this program only works on the primary monitor. Also crashes on exit.

cool_guy

cool_guy reviewed v2.2 on Aug 4, 2007

cousinkix1953, Of course it won't work if you haven't installed the .NET framework. Oubeaver is right and take his comments seriously. As for the program itself, it is a great program. At least the developer has tried to provide a possible solution. It doesn't hurt to try. Software can't fix hardware. Face it!

coolticker

coolticker reviewed v2.2 on Mar 5, 2007

Why use this heavy .NET 2.0 for such small tool ???

Of course this tool will never fix any real dead pixel, but it may help in case of "locked" pixels by sending a lot of electrical on/off signal that could unlock it.

Lil Alien

Lil Alien reviewed v2.2 on Mar 2, 2007

Very cool idea..

Unfortunately, the one stuck red pixel that came with my Dell 2007 monitor didn't go away after 3 hours of running the program..

I might try it once more, but doesn't look good..

A for effort!

Stryfe

Stryfe reviewed v2.2 on Mar 2, 2007

Well I will give it an A for effort, but unfortuantely it didn't work for me. I've had a pixel stuck on blue since i bought this lcd a year ago, not too annoying since its towards the bottom of the screen.

On a plus side the program does function under vista.

oubeaver

oubeaver reviewed v2.2 on Mar 2, 2007

cousinkix1953: You sir are an ass. Don't blame the application because your computer is so screwed up that it can't even install a simple little program. Seems to be working just fine for everyone else, hmmmm? Maybe its time to do a spyware/virus scan on your PC and find yourself an intro to computers class to take.
(An anger management class might help too.)

Oh yeah....sorry....this program actually did fix a "stuck" pixel on and older LCD. Pretty cool.

cousinkix1953

cousinkix1953 reviewed v2.2 on Mar 2, 2007

What a WORTHLESS piece of $hit. This prograsm won't even launch; so it isn't gonna work either. I tried installing twice with the same results. NOTHING! Then again, what do we really expect for nothing?

muka3d

muka3d reviewed v2.2 on Mar 2, 2007

Excellent software! Does exactly what it says. It fixed a pixel that I had stuck blue for about 3 months. Now it's gone, in a safe way!

Das mod

Das mod reviewed v2.2 on Mar 1, 2007

sweeeeeeeet

OAKsider

OAKsider reviewed v2.1 on Nov 28, 2006

Well said, oayz. Physically dead pixels cannot be fixed, even with a program named UnDeadPixel. (Catchy, though, aint it?!)

UDPixel is great (and very small!) app for checking for backlight bleeding, testing your monitor, or maybe - just maybe - unsticking a stubborn pixel or two. I give it a 5 out of 5 for effort, being simple and not breaking anything.

oayz

oayz reviewed v2.1 on Mar 28, 2006

You shouldn't confuse dead pixel and stuck one. Phisacally dead pixels can not be fixed with s/w.

This software tries to fix stuck pixels by continiosly toggle them on/off.

Nobody knows if they'be got dead ot stuck pixel so it's worth to give it a try.

Unfortunately the name of the program is misleading

mprost

mprost reviewed v1.0 on Nov 13, 2005

several users have reported success using similar techniques with stuck pixels in the PSP, see http://www.psp-vault.com/Article168.psp

elasin

elasin reviewed v1.0 on Nov 11, 2005

It's bad joke. There is no way you can fix physical problems with software.And dead pixel is physical problem.

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