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Posted · Original PosterOP

I have recently build a new computer.  Everything was working fine (I had build it on the floor), all monitor drivers and such were installed.  I decided to move my computer to my desk since everything was complete, when I turned on the monitor again there was little red dots that were on the black parts of the screen.  Forming some kind of fuzz. I am unable to change this. Does anyone know what to do?

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I have recently build a new computer.  Everything was working fine (I had build it on the floor), all monitor drivers and such were installed.  I decided to move my computer to my desk since everything was complete, when I turned on the monitor again there was little red dots that were on the black parts of the screen.  Forming some kind of fuzz. I am unable to change this. Does anyone know what to do?

"fuzz" Never heard of such a thing... unless you are trolling.... which is just stupid...

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What display interface are you using?


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yes. the floor was carpet.  No I'm not trolling.  it is odd, there is a red kind of fuzz (Little dots on the black parts) I had it before, but for some reason they went away.  When I moved my computer it happened again.  It looks really bad.  Kind of what some laptop computers do.

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yes. the floor was carpet.  No I'm not trolling.  it is odd, there is a red kind of fuzz (Little dots on the black parts) I had it before, but for some reason they went away.  When I moved my computer it happened again.  It looks really bad.  Kind of what some laptop computers do.

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@Ryan Leech I am confused.  Do you mean the monitor type? resolution?

VGA, DVI, HDMI?


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@EpicGeekonFire Yeah I learned that after I finished... 

Unfortunately you may have completely destroyed it.... But you can always return it if the days aren't over yet. It should only be your motherboard... I dont now if the other components would have been affected? 

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