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May 30, 2011

SOS

devadutta @ 11:59 pm, GMT +0000 ( 1306799976 ) Play

What has happened to this CRT display? What class of software was created to resolve this problem?

Cracked by: raklodramA , badideabear , Urthstripe , Sumanth Patlolla , Rogi , Anjul , shrik , Ananth , dineshk , Raghuvansh , Siddarth Pai , Aravind , anurag and udupendra

Answer:
The screen is burnt. Screen savers were introduced to fix this problem.

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14 Responses to “SOS”

  1. phosphor burn-in and Screensaver
    A screensaver is a type of computer program initially designed to prevent phosphor burn-in on CRT and plasma computer monitors


  2. badideabear
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    Screen burn or ghost image. Screensavers were created to deal with this problem.


  3. Urthstripe

    Burn-in or afterimage. And that’s why screensavers were made.


  4. Sumanth Patlolla
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    Orthodox file manager


  5. Rogi
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    A condition called “Burn-in” or burnt phosphor. Screensavers were created to combat it and still do on plasma screens.


  6. Anjul
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    burn-in, screen-savers fixed this problems for CRTs


  7. shrik
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    Phosphor burn-in or ghosting.

    Screensavers resolve this issue.

    (Save Our Screens..?)


  8. Ananth
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    Burn in and screensavers


  9. dineshk
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    Screen burn in old CRT monitors when display is unchanged for a long time. Screen savers were created to avoid this. Nice question.


  10. Raghuvansh
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    Phosphor burn-in, screensavers.


  11. phosphor burn in
    thus screen savers were made


  12. Aravind

    Screensavers were designed to prevent screen burn-in


  13. anurag

    Screen burn-in. Screen savers.


  14. udupendra
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    Phosphor burn-in, Screensavers


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