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Brightness currently i m using windows xp operating system in my hp laptop with 40GB space. But there is a problem of brighness i needed. Please suggest me what to do.

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Hp laptops generally have keyboard control over brightness.... there would be a fn key at the left side bottom.... try fn+f8/f9....

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