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Screen keeps going bright

Whenever i start up my computer, 20-30 seconds later it goes super bright. it may be because i accidentally dropped it but i don't know. If anyone has the same problem and has a solution, i will be more than happy to read it. thank you.

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  • whitehawk200 Jan 11, 2010

    Its ok, all I did was go into my ATI catalyst control center, went to the COLOUR menu and selected"Reactivate ATI colour controls"

  • whitehawk200 Jan 11, 2010

    It's ok now, all i did was go into my ATI catalyst control center on my toolbar, go to the color section and clicked the "reactivate ATI color controls". My screen is fine now, thanks for your help anyway

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I am sorry but this means that the screen might be busted. the impact might have damaged the luminous controller inside the screen. You might need to find a replacement for the screen if that is happening.

I had a similar case where the screen was gng very bright but this was due to a cabling fault of the screen.

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I had same problem, but went to the ATI Catalyst Control Centre and clicked on RESTORE TO FACTORY CONDITIONS. Hey Presto! I'm back to normal......No problem

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I have the same problem. And I didn't drop my laptop. It started hapening after I installed a game.

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