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The above symptoms are that of the Ambient Light Sensor feature. To disable this or make changes to the settings, go to the Advanced Section of the Windows Power Settings > Display > Auto Dim. Check Control Panel > Power Options and select maximum performance Next choose change plan settings. You can set when to dim the display when on AC or while on ...


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You won't be able to adjust the brightness from your laptop - you'll need to use the physical control buttons on the monitor. According to the manual you should go Menu -> Color -> Brightness.


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Edit: Reading your question again, it might not work for you, as it looks like you're looking for something to change brightness of each monitor independently. Try this: http://timebend.com/bright It's command line and you don't need to install it. Full disclosure: I wrote it.


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Se if you can decrease brightness on Controlpanel -> Power Options: Adjust the display brightness. Maybe you have to check some options there. EDIT: Try this: Start -> Control Panel -> Hardware and Sound -> Device Manager. In the Device Manager window, look for “Monitors”, then right-click your monitor and select “Uninstall”. Be sure to also check the ...



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