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G75VW Screen Dimming

strange82
Level 7
I hope someone has a solution for this; because its getting annoying.

The screen of my G75 gets dim every time that a dark background is displayed. This can be helpful sometimes but when playing in sniper mode the going back to normal HUD it actually put some strain in my eyes.

So far I tried to solve this with Windows 8 power options (adaptive brightness) and stopping Sensor Monitoring Service (Service Console). I can't see any option on the NVidia Control Panel or GeForce Experience (I've the driver 331.82) also I tried the 331.93 BETA without luck.

Please if someone found a solution or has the same issue please let know.

Cheers.
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Lorx7
Level 7
I downgraded to win 7 but i had the same issue. i fixed it but changing the power setting from balance to High performance

I tried, but I get the same result using High Performance or Battery Saving power setting

demo_ckp
Level 7
estou com o mesmo problema, começou depois que instalei o último driver da nVidia, antes disso estava normal!!

só fica normal quando está em High Performance.

demo_ckp
Level 7
more ideas???

TokoDude
Level 10
Update you're bios and other stuff.

And tryed to do an clean install of you're system?
ACER PREDATOR G9-791 |Intel Core i7-6700HQ |16 GB RAM |GTX970M 3GB |FULL HD | 750GB SSD | Samsung 850 PRO & 2X M.2 SSD RAID 0
G75VW |Intel Core I7-3610QM |24GB RAM |GTX670M 3 GB |FULL HD | 526GB SSD | Samsung 840 EVO & 850 PRO
GL552VW |Intel Core i7-6700HQ |12 GB RAM |GTX960M 3GB |FULL HD | 256GB SSD | Samsung

I have the last BIOS version and I actually I want to clean up my system, I probably gonna do it during the holidays when I get some time-off from work. I will keep the thread updated

Loafy
Level 7
Adaptive Brightness. Under the advanced power options. Right click on battery, Up to power options, Power4Gear High Performance - change plan settings, Change advanced power settings, +Display, +Enable Adaptive Brightness OFF.

That's what I did. Screw messing with a perfectly good bios. System could always use a cleaning. Sitting down and taking some time deleting crap files that uninstallers usually never get. I dunno but I'm kind of meticulous that way... >.< Rock on!

demo_ckp
Level 7
parece que a dica acima funcionou aqui!!!