What app for keyboard backlight control software on Clevo P751 on Windows

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  1. zws

    zws Notebook Enthusiast

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    Hey there!

    I cannot find the app I need to install in order to have keyboard backlight functioning on my Clevo P751. I installed this before a couple of years ago, but I completely forgot what I did back then.

    Any advice is truly appreciated!
    zws
     
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    zws Notebook Enthusiast

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    Nevermind, guys! It seems it was Hotkey. But the thing is that the blue light does not function anymore. I set it to another color and it works. Not even combination of colors like Magenta. (where it uses Green and Blue). It only shows Green. Weird, I know. BTW, if you happened to have the same problem and / or think it is software related, please let me know what I should do.

    Thank you!
     
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    Could be the cable not seated fully or the strip of lights is dead in the keyboard.
     
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    zws Notebook Enthusiast

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    But all the other colors work. From the way it works, it seems to be an RGB type led and not separate colors with separate wires. And all that is missing is blue. I am guessing that if I had problems with the wires, I would not have any light. Period.

    Weird!!

    PS: I set it to green now and it works. Like I said, I used the color wheel and only the colors using blue dont work properly, meaning they are still shown as long as it is not only blue. And of course in combination, only the other main color (red or green)
     
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    It's made up of Red, Green and Blue LEDs and each one will be a separate circuit.
     
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    I see. Thank you!!
     
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