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Anonymous Posted on Sep 11, 2005

Backlight Issue Does this sound like a hardware problem? My HX4700's backlight will not dim. The brightness is fixed at maximum. Moving the screen slider to the left (minimum) causes the screen to go dark. Any other position sets the brightness to max. I thought that flashing the latest bios might help but no. Any ideas?

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