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I have this laptop and the screen seems really dim but yet wen i put the charger in it gets bright, How do i make it so its bright all the time.
Most likey the dim screen while running on batteries is the power saving feature. This can be changed in the operating system configuration. Assuming you have Windows, you should be able to right click on the desktop, click Properties then the Screen Saver tab. I have a desktop so I won't see the same details as a laptop. Just go to the appropriate settings & change them to give you higher performance for use with the battery. You may also be able to adjust the brightness with the Function key & another key combination. Look at the blue or green colored silkscreening on some of the keys on your keyboard & maximize the brightness while running on batteries only. Next time you reboot, it should remember your previous settings. Hope this works for you.
Posted on Feb 13, 2010
Your laptop needs hardware diagnosis.maybe it is grounded already.
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