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Apple Notebooks Apple's notebook computers including MacBook Pro, MacBook, MacBook Air, PowerBook, and iBook.

There are 2 dark dot on the screen


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I have used my Apple Macbook pro notebook for a year ,recently I found there is two little dark dot in the screen ,I have used the soft cloth to wipe ,but it does not work. And if I put the mouse arrow on the dots,they can be covered. So what wrong with this ?Can I repair this ?
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You mean if you put the mouse over them they disappear? Thats weird and makes it sound like its not a gpu issue or LCD issue which leaves... nothing? What happens if you take a screen shot of it?


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Sounds like dead pixels to me. Probably hiding them with the mouse cursor. Not much you can do to repair dead pixels.

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Hmmm, am I the only finding this strange?
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