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Adjusting brightess on monitor

Hi, i have a time monitor its about 4 year old, Im trying to adjust the brightness, its quite dark, i've tried the buttons on the monitor and its set at the highest setting, but its still very dark. i was just wondering if there was a setting in the control panel i could use, im sure i've done it before, i just cant remember where i did it!!! any help would be fab, many thanks bethanx adjusting brightess on monitor

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Take the cover off the monitor and adjust the screw on the fly back to adjust the brightness it will be in the shape of a little knob

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