Windows 10: Windows update causing light bleed? Is it possible?

Discus and support Windows update causing light bleed? Is it possible? in Windows 10 Support to solve the problem; I updated a Windows circumulative update or whatever it was called and also installed the latest GPU drivers from Nvidia. In this order: 1. Nvidia... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Support' started by osly, May 27, 2019.

  1. osly Win User

    Windows update causing light bleed? Is it possible?


    I updated a Windows circumulative update or whatever it was called and also installed the latest GPU drivers from Nvidia.

    In this order:
    1. Nvidia updates
    2. Windows updates

    Right after restarting to finish the Windows updates, I noticed very awful light bleeding in patches/groups in the bottom of my screen. The computer in question is a Dell Inspiron 5577. It's an awesome machine, and I really like it. I had a system restore point created before I restarted to install the update, but at the point I created the restore point, the system was prompting me to reboot to finish installing updates. Either way, I've gone back to the restore point and the light bleed is gone, much to my relief, so I know it's not the GPU driver from Nvidia. What caused this, and how can I report it to Dell and/or Microsoft?


    :)
     

  2. Light bleeding from capacitive buttons.

    I have a little light bleed on mine too, but you can only see it when the bottom of the screen is black and lighting is low.
     
    sparkedfire---01, May 27, 2019
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  3. cutnoodle Win User
    Light bleeding from capacitive buttons.

    "I have a little light bleed on mine too, but you can only see it when the bottom of the screen is black and lighting is low." ME TOO!:catsad:
     
    cutnoodle, May 27, 2019
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  4. zeEggman Win User

    Windows update causing light bleed? Is it possible?

    Light bleeding from capacitive buttons.

    Hello.



    My brand new Lumia 900 has light bleeding onto the screen from the capacitive button's backlight. There is also light coming out on the leftside between the glass and the polycarbonate.



    Is this a common problem and can I return this phone as DOA?



    Thanks.
     
    zeEggman, May 27, 2019
    #4
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