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Windows 7: Power options page doesn't display a "dim the display"


06 Dec 2009   #1
cramis1

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Power options page doesn't display a "dim the display"

Hi, I just installed windows 7 on my laptop and the power options page doesn't display a "dim the display" option, nor do the keyboard commands to dim the display do anything. Is there a way to fix this?

I am running a Lenovo G530 machine and there does not seem to be driver support for windows 7 on their support page. However I downloaded the mobile Intel 45 chipset graphics driver for windows 7 and I downloaded the newest bios update; nether seemed to solve the problem.

Thanks,
Marc


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07 Dec 2009   #2
ZeshanA

 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by cramis1 View Post
Hi, I just installed windows 7 on my laptop and the power options page doesn't display a "dim the display" option, nor do the keyboard commands to dim the display do anything. Is there a way to fix this?

I am running a Lenovo G530 machine and there does not seem to be driver support for windows 7 on their support page. However I downloaded the mobile Intel 45 chipset graphics driver for windows 7 and I downloaded the newest bios update; nether seemed to solve the problem.

Thanks,
Marc
Hi Cramis1! Welcome to SevenForums! I found some Energy Management drivers. Seeing as I don't know whether or not your running 32 or 64-bit, here are the links for both.

Windows 7 64-Bit:Lenovo Support - Drivers & Downloads

Windows 7 32-Bit: Lenovo Support - Drivers & Downloads

Thanks,
ZeshanA
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