Starting about 2 months ago, my dell inspiron 7577 with GTX 1060 max gpu has constant flashing white pixels all over the display, but only when the charger is plugged in. I removed the battery in the hope that it was a faulty battery issue causing excess power. However, the flashing white pixels continue even with the battery disconnected.
The issue's severity fluctuates an random. Sometimes very little and sometimes it looks like it is snowing on the display.
I have looked other places online and unfortunately can not find a solution.
Run the diags on the system to see if anything fails.
The Inspiron 7577 is shipped with the Dell™ Enhanced Pre-boot System Assessment (ePSA) diagnostics.
The Dell ePSA diagnostics perform a complete check of your system hardware. The ePSA is embedded in the BIOS and is launched by the BIOS internally (from the advanced boot menu). The embedded system diagnostics provide a set of options for particular devices or device groups allowing you to:
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flashing white pixels all over the display is Overheating.
It only does this when charger is attached because it down-clocks things to save power when on battery.
Dust bunnies have clogged the fans and intake.