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I have Asus G73SW and after replacing primary disk with SSD, instaling Windows 7 Ultimate x64 and all the drivers from Asus Drivers CD the keyboard backlight (and also the lighting underneath the display) isn't working when I turn it on with Light Cancellation Key button (above the keyboard on the left). It is possible to turn the keyboard backlight on using combination FN + F4 but it should work with the Light Cancellation Key button. Also if this button doesn't work there is no other way to turn the lighting underneath the display on.

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I recommend reinstalling Windows using the original recovery media from Asus. That should have all of the original drivers and software needed. You can alway upgrade to Windows 7 ultimate after that.

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