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Lack of enough brightness

My monitor starts up properly but the brightness is too low and there is no red,green and blue drive to adjust my do i go about it.DEL

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Re: lack of enough brightness

It may be a blown backlight. if the image is very very faint, then the backlight has most likely blown. can get you a new backight, but the replacement will have to be done through a local repair shop.

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there is a key on the keyboard which controls brightness. on mine it is the second key on the right, of the bottom row. it has a small sun on it. Press this key at the same time as the function key (on mine, bottom row, second from the left, blue key marked Fn) - and the monitor will brighten up.

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