Problems with missing pixels/ I don't know what this is, any help would be appreciated

New Here ,
Dec 27, 2020

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Recently my old laptop broke and I got a new one and I've moved my old catalog and photos from LR Classic to my new laptop/ external hard drive and I don't know if I'm missing a step or what but I get these little red, green, and blue pixles in box patterns everywhere on my photos. If anyone knows anything on this or has any ideas that would be greatly appreciated!

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LEGEND ,
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Many of us will not download attachments. Please use the "Insert Photos" icon to include the screen captures in your reply.

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LEGEND ,
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My guess is camera sensor malfunction.

 

My 2nd guess is bad GPU or bad GPU driver.

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Can you exlpain to me what the GPU is and how that would effect the image?

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LEGEND ,
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A GPU is a Graphics Processor Unit, something that most modern computers have, it is a card in your computer that actually displays everything that appears on your screen. (Some computers don't have a GPU and the screen is displayed via the motherboard, but that's rare today).

 

In Lightroom Classic, go to Help->System Info and report what it says on the line immediately under "Graphics Processor Info:". (And don't show us the rest of Help->System Info in this case)

 

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LEGEND ,
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Is this on all photos you've take resently or just a few?

 

If all then I agree with @dj_paige , Sensor problems. If just a few then either Card malfunction or other hardware problems that are corrupting some files.

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Dec 28, 2020

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My guess is also a Camera Sensor Malfunction, or Hard-drive errors.

I had a Canon 'compact' that produced images like my screen-clip, especially in cold conditions-

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Regards. My System: Lr-Classic 10.1.1, Photoshop 22.2, Lightroom 4.1, Windows-10 Nikon DSLR.

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