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New lcd screen for p30/35 is showing very dark?

Lcd screen is showing very dark and the screen is brand new for p30/35 toshiba

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Check the settings in :
start...control panel... toshiba power saver.
see the disply brightness and drag the rule for the wish point for you.

also the same setting can be done when you press Fn+F7
note that FN is a button in the keyboard located between ctrl and alt.

hope it helps .

Posted on Nov 29, 2008

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