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I use first time nikon d60.

I can shoot room set in men photo .i don't  see photo in dark red tone.

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The set was hit by lighting I replaced the power board no the set comes on for just a second dark but don,t shut down;

Your laptop is toast and rather than sink more money into it , might just be better to cut your losses and replace it with another laptop running Windows 7 - stay away from 8 and 10!

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I am using an HP pavilion dv7 Laptop. My webcam works but the image in very dark even in well lite rooms. My computer uses some kind of HP TrueVision HD and has some YouCam software as well (but I...

The truevision HD software should have a gamma setting somewhere. If it does not go to and look for new drivers for it. If you have the latest drivers, and no gamma setting you are going to want to contact HP support. The webcam "could" be defective, or just cheap. If it is under warranty they should replace it after you spend some time "troubleshooting" it with them on the phone. If they refuse, be adamant, talk to supervisors until you get what you want.

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