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wait so first of all brightness for computer .... you mean to say you hooked a monitor to your laptop right....
basically for adjusting brightness in laptop you need their proper graphic driver... eg. I have a lenovo with intel hd400
so yeah after the graphics driver you can adjust brightness
http://us.lgservice.com/index_b2c.jsp This is the link to te sound driver I linked to xp drivers You can change the Os to vista or other on this page to display new drivers. Hope this helps. Thank You. Please Rate me. If the driver gives you problems installing please let me know.
You don't need a driver for the monitors, the native plug and play driver in XP usually works as well as any manufacturer supplied driver. What's happened is XP doesn't recognize the onboard display adapter. If this is a name brand system (you didn't mention what type it is) download the XP display driver from the manufacturer's web site. If it's a custom built system, there should be a motherboard CD that came with the system that has the display driver on it. When all else fails, download System Information for Windows from http://www.gtopala.com/ It will tell you what type of onboard display adapter the system has.