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    Re: Help my Laptop is to bright Dell Studio 1558

    Press and hold the Fn key and press the down arrow.

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    Re: Help my Laptop is to bright Dell Studio 1558

    It's not the down key. You have to hold the Fn key and press F4 (or F5 for brighter).

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    Re: Help my Laptop is to bright Dell Studio 1558

    Ok, its the arrow key on the latitudes and on my xps.

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    Re: Help my Laptop is to bright Dell Studio 1558

    Actually, now I think of it, it's the down key on my XPS at work too. I thought it was random across different manufacturers, but apparently it's random across different models too!

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