Question about Toshiba Satellite A205-S4617 Notebook
Hello you wonderful people out there who can help me!!!! I have a challenge for you...
I have no idea if this is possible to fix...I know all about contrast, brightness, etc. and have worked to set those how I want without incident.
The problem, unfortunately, seems to be the way the laptop screen was created in that when my screen is where I want it (i.e. straight up and down) it is kind of cloudy (due to the glare of lights in the room...any room). It's only when I lean the screen pretty far backwards that I finally have everything looking the way I want it.
I just bought this baby and this problem is MUY annoying!!!! Does anyone have any ideas? THANKS SO MUCH IN ADVANCE...you are all AWESOME!!!!! :) ~K
PS This is about my Toshiba L305D-S5893, which wasn't listed as one of the options, so ignore whatever that box says. Thanks! :)
Your optimal opening angle has been set too high. You need to change your opening angle from 135 degrees to 90 degrees.
Posted on Jan 22, 2009
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