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How to adjust brightness Presario

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by ralph888, Nov 12, 2007.

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  1. ralph888

    ralph888 Thread Starter

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    I have a Compaq Presario, series 5503 computer. I need to adjust the brightness. Any help would be appreciated.
     
  2. Jeruvy

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    Typically you have a Fn key. Then a number key or function key will have a symbol on it to adjust the brightness and contrast. Press and hold the Fn key and then the corresponding number.

    For example on my compaq it's Fn+F9 for brightness and Fn+F10 for contrast.
     
  3. bicycle bill

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    I have a Presario and the adjustment buttons are right there staring me in the face four of them.

    Menue -- + Select
     
  4. ralph888

    ralph888 Thread Starter

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    At the bottom center of the Monitor is 3 buttons. Use the + or - to adjust the brightness. The button on the far left is the menu. You do not need the menu to do the adjustment. But for your info ,I would go to Compaq web site to get some info about using the menu. Just enter your specs. in the search engine.
     
  5. zabusant

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    I don't get it, who is asking the question here?! :)
     
  6. Jeruvy

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    I was quite wondering the same question myself :)
     
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