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Go into display settings and click on advanced settings, then click on the color tab. There is a slider in there that controls the screen brightness. This is for windows xp but vista should be similar.
There is a brightness setting on your keyboard on ours it is Fn F6 to turn down the brightness. Just look for a sille "sun" symbol with a downward triangle symbalizing down. Try this and get back to me if it does not fix the problem we can try something else
Yes you can go into your display properties and look in the settings tab and look for advanced click that and open color tab or the overlay tab, color tab should get your brightness turned up, And if you can't see you can go into your bios and adjust your brightness from there and get it back to where you can see it if you can't write me back here so we can try another method. Ok I hope that helps you out somewhat, Oh yeah you can also hook up an external key board into your usb connections and you should be able to work everything from that too.