Microsoft acknowledged Windows 7 RTM Rogue Pixel issue

According to Microsoft, “one white dot (1 pixel in size), may appear on the top-left corner of the screen in the following scenarios: in Windows 7 Home Basic Edition, the issue may occur after a user selects the "Windows 7 Basic” color theme and changes the wallpaper. In Windows 7 Ultimate and other editions listed […]

According to Microsoft, “one white dot (1 pixel in size), may appear on the top-left corner of the screen in the following scenarios: in Windows 7 Home Basic Edition, the issue may occur after a user selects the "Windows 7 Basic” color theme and changes the wallpaper. In Windows 7 Ultimate and other editions listed in the "Applies to" section, this issue may occur after a user selects an Aero theme and then un-checks “Enable transparency”. Microsoft has so far confirmed the problem, but this is all that it has done. For the time being, users that are going to run Windows 7 RTM with “Enable transparency” unchecked will be experiencing this issues, without being able to do anything about it. The software giant hasn’t said when or even whether it is planning a fix for this issue,” stated Microsoft in KB2020674.