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well dim is complex on laptops first off take the battery out of the LT. dim now.? is DIM IN BIOS screens? or only under windows...???? some HP like mine have CAMERA ambient light dimmer so if that is on, it dims when its indoors and is bright out doors to prove this, turn that off in the device manager. see that here power saver modes are complex tell me what BIOS F1 info page does, dim or not dim. first does it DIM MAIN BATTERY OUT>>> ?????? means on AC power/
If your HP laptop has a dull screen, or if the screen is too bright to make out anything that's displayed, you may need to adjust the brightness to get your screen back the way you like it. You don't want to strain your eyes to see your screen, and the fix is really simple. It's about as easy as adjusting the brightness on a TV. You'll have your brightness set the way you want it in a few seconds.
1. Right-click on an empty space on the desktop and a drop-down menu will appear. 2. Click on "Properties." If the HP laptop uses Windows Vista, you'll click on "Personalize." 3. On the "Personalize appearance and sounds" screen, click on "Window Color and Appearance." 4. Click on the arrow beside "Show color mixer." 5. Use your mouse pointer to move the tab on the "Brightness" scale to the left or the right to adjust the brightness and click on "OK" when you're content with the color.
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there should be a row of buttons up near the base of the screen. you have to go to the screen menu and you need to reset it to the main settings. if that don't work then you need to go to the control panle and reset the settings in the apperence section.
The part you need is called a CCFL Backlight. Basically, there are lights in the screen that back-light/illuminate the display. Over time it burns out and you are left with a dim and completely dull display. These are a pain to replace and expensive when bought from the manufacturer. But this site has a break down with dis-assembly instructions...if you want to try it.
Hello Jinx55, the problem is the display unit itself or the cable that goes from the display to the electronic (Most likely the dispaly itself). The display will need to be replaced. You can contact Miele directly at
Have you tried adjusting the Brightness of the Display? May seem like a stupid thing to ask, but some laptops come with what is known as Ambient Light Sensors and by setting a higher brightness level it Disables the Ambient Light Sensor kicking in.