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Old 02-01-2005, 10:06 PM   #1
 
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Default How do you make a Windows laptop NOT auto dim the screen when you unplug the AC cord?

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Default Re: How do you make a Windows laptop NOT auto dim the screen when you unplug the AC cord? (PUMA)

Go to your power profile, should have a little icon down on the right of your computer. If not you probably gotta go into control panel. Go to running on batteries, then LCD brightness. Keep it at 9. then save. Good luck.
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Hmm. My Win XP SP2 notebook doesn't have anything like those settings.

In my case, the settings for that are in the BIOS.
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doesn't your laptop have function keys to bring the brightness back up?
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On my toshiba there is a little light bulb icon in the task bar, you can double click there, or go into the control panel and go to power settings.
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