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really really bright LCD screen

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by freshaloe, Nov 12, 2007.

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  1. freshaloe

    freshaloe Thread Starter

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    hey everyone, I'm having a problem with my LCD screen.

    When my laptop loads up and gets to the desktop, the brightness of the screen goes reaaallly high! It's almost as if the digital vibrance was shot up way high... I'm typing while the screen is like this btw.

    Is there anyway I can fix this? I'm assuming it may be the temperature of the laptop but I'm not 100% certain.

    Thanks for your concerns and the help , really appreciate it :)
     
  2. Goldfish92

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    It could be the brightness of the backlight...

    Is there a function key on your laptop to adjust the backlight brightnes?
     
  3. freshaloe

    freshaloe Thread Starter

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    oh I have no idea...

    there are keys to control the brightness but I don't think there are keys to control the blacklight. Is there another way to get to my blacklight controls?
     
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