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Go into the Menu Key " Look for Copy Quaility or Copy Density " Change that from normal to Darker and change the contrast to darker you should see a difference. Incase you can't find it Print the Menu Map Look under Media OR Reolution it should be there. Again print Menu map to find it
i dont know the model of your laptop..but check this out!!!!
its not the issue for sound drivers...if you want to work with the key function...you must install the hotkey..if the model of your laptop has a function key...
This is a typical power supply problem. Please check the B+ Power Supply that goes to the LOT (FBT). It should be 110V. If that is ok, check the voltage while increasing and decreasing brightness, sound. If there is variation, the problem is in the SMPS. Look for dry capacitors, open/high value resistors, zener diodes, transistors etc. If nothing works, please download a data-sheet of the IC and check voltages at the pins and locate the adjacent components. Even a dry capacitor in the power supply can decrease the votage at load
Have you increase the brightnes by Fn key and brighntess key on above of keypad please set it first fn>+brightness key
Also please check wheather the deaault settings are in agp card settings in display properties