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Go to the onboard settings of the individual monitor you want to adjust and change the brightness/contrast/gamma to your desired settings. Don't use the Graphics card's control panel settings through the operating system.


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I also have the same problem but only when I start using Windows 8 or 8.1 and it's nothing to do with the graphic card driver all the hotkeys works expect fn+f5 the brightness hotkey I suggest to avoid pressing it bcoz it will stop the others hotkeys from working for a while and you can adjust brightness from the menu of windows 8/8.1 . This is a common ...


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If you use a laptop, you can quickly access settings (for example, speaker volume, wireless network connection status, and display brightness) in Windows Mobility Center. Windows Mobility Center is not available in the Windows 7 Starter edition. You can run Windows Mobility Center with following ways (This is available only on laptops): ...


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As of June of 2013, if you have a Surface with a Touch cover you can also use Fn + Del and Fn + Backspace to adjust brightness. Other shortcuts include: Fn + Caps: Locks F1-F12 into being function keys. Fn + Spacebar: Print Screen Fn + Spacebar + Alt: Print Screen for the in-focus app only Fn + Del: Brightness Up Fn + Backspace: Brightness Down Fn + left: ...


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The computer is designed to do that when it's unplugged. You can change the behavior if you don't like it. This link should have everything you need. http://www.eightforums.com/tutorials/5464-power-plan-settings-change-windows-8-a.html


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Try this: Dimmer Go to you graphics card panel and adjust the brightness manually. I have a VAIO too and this is a common problem, not because of Windows, is because the screen is soo bright that the settings barely a work.


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Follow this in order and you should see three choices. Try the different ones to see if any change. Control Panel > Device Manager > Display Adapters > Intel HD Graphics 4000 > Driver > Update Driver > Browse my computer > Let me pick...........you should see this: Intel(R) HD Graphics 4000 Click it and then click next.


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As far as i searched the web for answers, i found out that using low brightness and high contrast is good thing to do.



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