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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Yes you can go into your display properties and look in the settings tab and look for advanced click that and open color tab or the overlay tab, color tab should get your brightness turned up, And if you can't see you can go into your bios and adjust your brightness from there and get it back to where you can see it if you can't write me back here so we can try another method. Ok I hope that helps you out somewhat, Oh yeah you can also hook up an external key board into your usb connections and you should be able to work everything from that too.
Posted on Jan 15, 2008
SOURCE: Labtop Brightness Problem
plug in a usb keyboard, use the FN key on your laptop keyboard and the curser key on the usb keyboard, problem solved :) you can also use your on-screen keyboard in all programmes, accessories, stystem tools
Posted on Nov 14, 2008
Hopefully it is this easy. The Fn and left arrow combination should dim the screen. To brighten the sceen, try Fn and right arrow.
If this does not work, then try other combinations using your Fn key to make sure the Fn key is working.
Posted on Dec 19, 2008
SOURCE: fn birghtness key not working
If the "fn" key works with other "fn" command buttons it may be the drivers. Your machine came with a CD of drivers. I would visit Dell's Support website, plug in your "Service Tag" number (found on a label on your machine) and download the latest if your CD is missing. Re-install these drivers. Look into the "Dell Quickset Utility."
Posted on Apr 22, 2009
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Brightness is controlled by the Fn and arrow keys.
Contrast can be controlled from the software.
FN key, + left/right arrow key's
Log on to your Acer laptop and click on the "Start" button. Choose "Control Panel" from the menu.
Double-click on the "Display" icon in "Control Panel" and select the "Settings" tab.
Check the "Color Quality" settings and make sure they are set to either medium or high.
The high setting will give you better color quality and contrast, but it will also use more system resources and shorten battery life.
If you are operating on battery power you may want to move the setting to medium.
Hold down the "Fn" key and press the right arrow at the same time.
This key combination will increase the brightness of your screen.
To decrease the brightness and contrast, hold the "Fn" key down and press the left arrow. Continue using these key combinations until you have found the optimal setting for your laptop display.
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