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Acer Display Problems

I'm having problems with my Acer screen From time to time, you may find that the brightness on your Acer screen diminishes, making it difficult to see, or, that the manner in which the colours are displayed on the screen varies in strange ways. Below, you'll find solutions to these display related problems.  Solving common screen problems My screen's too bright/not as bright as it should be To adjust the brightness of your Acer screen, simultaneously hold down the Fn key and, either the left or right arrow keys, (found on the right-hand side of your keyboard.) If your Acer screen is too dark, and you’re finding it difficult to work, press the Fn key and the arrow key on the right to make the display lighter. Alternatively, if your Acer screen is too bright, hold down the Fn key and the left hand arrow key to take the edge off of the brightness. By right clicking on your Desktop, you can also adjust the resolution of your Acer screen. *Video* Adjusting your laptop brightness: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=51C6Yme57CQ  What’s wrong with the colours on my Acer screen? If the colours on your Acer screen look strange, go to the Control Panel and select Display. Down the left hand side of the Display box,  you see should the Calibrate option. After selecting, (and working your way through,) the Calibrate option, you should be able to accurately adjust the colours on your display More information on how to calibrate your display: http://smallbusiness.chron.com/calibrate-laptop-display-52343.html  Calibrate your display, (Microsoft/Windows.) http://windows.microsoft.com/en-gb/windows7/calibrate-your-display 

Dell LED Laptop Screen Replacment And Brightness Controls / Power Management / Power Saving

Dell LED laptop screen replacement: brightness controls After replacing the LED screen in your DELL laptop, you may find the brightness controls no longer function. Pressing the brightness up and brightness down on the keyboard has no affect on the display brightness. You may also find that when running on battery power the display is not dimmed; therefore the battery life whilst not using the mains power will be considerably shortened. The problem in detail You’re not alone this problem Is being reported everywhere http://www.google.co.uk/#hl=en&q=Windows+7+Laptop+Brightness+Control+Problem&aq=f&aqi=&aql=&oq=Windows+7+Laptop+Brightness+Control+Problem&gs_rfai=&fp=1&bav=on.2,or.r_gc.r_pw.,cf.osb&cad=b Solutions You can try updating the following:Update your DELL Graphics Drivers at DELL SupportUpdate the DELL System BIOS at DELL Support Install the Latest Dell QuickSet: Win7 32-bit Win7 64-bit If this solution does not work for you, try the neat Freeware stand-alone brightness control called Desktop Lighter It runs unnoticed in the system tray, uses only 1.5mb RAM, launches with Windows and uses Ctrl+> and Ctrl+< keys to control the brightness rather than the Fn keys. Systems affected: 17.3" DELL systems including the DELL 17, XPS 17, Studio 17, 1700 series, 1731, 1740, 1749 and other models that are fitted with HD resolution 17.3 inch LED screens.