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    Default How to adjust the contrast of my screen's contrast?

    My T61 has integrated grahpics. I can easily find controls for adjusting brightness. Could not find the way to adjust contrast.

    Any clue?

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    Default Re: How to adjust the contrast of my screen's contrast?

    I don't think it's possible on laptops.
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    Default Re: How to adjust the contrast of my screen's contrast?

    Quote Originally Posted by MDDZ View Post
    My T61 has integrated grahpics. I can easily find controls for adjusting brightness. Could not find the way to adjust contrast.

    Any clue?

    Thanks!
    You will have to go into the 'Graphics Properties' of your X3100 integrated graphics card and adjust the contrast from the Intel console.

    I have attached two screenshots for reference.
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    Default Re: How to adjust the contrast of my screen's contrast?

    JabbaJabba and Thaoster,

    Thanks very much for your input!

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