Well, in BIOS, one can only set the initial brightness (the brightness on bootup). My problem is that when I go from outside to inside, the screen is too bright and when I go out from inside it's too dark... Any suggestions?
Edited to add: As an experiment, I changed the initial brightness settings in BIOS, and even that doesn't affect the actual screen brightness... 😞
Message Edited by teddosan on 02-28-2004 06:18 PM
I HAVE THE ANSWER!!! PLEASE READ AND COPY TO OTHER FORUMS! I have a Dell Laptop running Windows XP. Like most of you, the Fn + Down would dim the screen, however, Fn + Up would not brighten it. This is a bug that dell/intel cannot fix. There are patches that utilize linux, however, if you want the easiest way to fix the problem this is it: DOWNLOAD DARKADAPTED 2.3.4 BUILD 208. You can find it here: http://www.softpedia.com/progDownload/DarkAdapted-Download-5641.html This is the latest version, but if the link doesn't work, look for a newer version. This program fixes the bug and allows you to adjust all the video options from the same menu. You can email your thanks and praise to me at <Admin note: Removed email id due to TOS violation>
I HAVE THE ANSWER!!! PLEASE READ AND COPY TO OTHER FORUMS!