Question about HP Computers & Internet
Hello again glennp2008
Make sure your screen brightness is turned up all the way full. This can usually be done using a combination of the Fn key with one of the Function keys.
Check the display and power options located in Control Panel.
To eliminate any hardware problems, I would suggest using HP's on-line hardware diagnostic tool which you can access directly from this link:
Hopefully your screen will remain readable for the duration. If it reports back at there are no hardware issues, you can start eliminating software issues. Use HP's website to update all your drivers, especially ones regarding display and graphics.
Hope this helps. Please don't hesitate to contact me if you require further assistance.
Posted on Apr 28, 2010
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