|19 Sep 2010||#1|
How to permanently increase saturation on a lenovo laptop?
I have a problem with the screen on my new lenovo L412 laptop and I would greatly appreciate your help.
Brightness and contrast are perfect but the screen falls short when it comes to saturation. The graphics driver for the integrated GPU (GMA 4500MHD) actually has a saturation controller built in (in the 'Intel Graphics and Media Control Panel'), the problem is that it doesn't remember the setting after reboot or after simply waking the computer up from sleep state. I have to open the utility again and make the adjustment again.
To get to my question, is there a way to create a display profile identical to the 'default' one only with the saturation increased? Or is there another solution?
Thank you for your responses.
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|04 Apr 2011||#4|
Intel Graphics color saturation flaw
I'm having the same issue.
Here is what intel says about it;
Graphics — Color corrections reset after hibernation or sleep
Sorry still no solution though...
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