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 Post subject: Maximum brightness
PostPosted: 15/07/2009, 12:41 
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By default, the maximum brightness achieved with Fn+UP is lower than one in winXP.
I know that hitting Fn+UP few times while in grub helps, but is there a way to increase it permanently ?


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 Post subject: RE: Maximum brightness
PostPosted: 16/07/2009, 14:08 
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You can change the setting in BIOS. From the NC10 ubuntu community page:

"Maximum brightness may be quite low if you don't disable the "auto" brightness feature in the BIOS (F2 at start-up). "

So setting it to "manual" and for one time do the trick during GRUB will work. I still think this is a pretty ugly method so if anyone knows a better way I would be glad to hear it.


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