|20 Dec 2012||#2|
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Hi. HP (and Compaq) notebooks often come with an ambient light sensor - which dims the display automatically based on the amount of light in the vicinity. in my opinion this feature is more trouble than it's worth.
Check if your system has this and I'd recommend turning it off.
I think it is toggled on/off via the Fn+F10 or F11 key (I'm not in front of my system so not sure exactly)
Hope that helps.
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