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W2371d
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

How do I brighten my W2371d display?

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@NetRiderAUS -- does the monitor have a few buttons to control the OSD (On Screen Display)?

Feel along the edges of the monitor for those buttons.

Press one button to open the OSD, and then use the "up" and "down" and "OK" buttons to navigate through the OSD.

 

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@NetRiderAUS -- does the monitor have a few buttons to control the OSD (On Screen Display)?

Feel along the edges of the monitor for those buttons.

Press one button to open the OSD, and then use the "up" and "down" and "OK" buttons to navigate through the OSD.

 

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Thanks so much for the tip.  Where can I find some documentation on the buttons?

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@NetRiderAUS -- Where can I find some documentation on the buttons?

 

Usually, there are tiny icons beside each button, e.g., "up" & "down" & "OK" & "return" & "back" & "exit" & "menu".

 

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The buttons are under the display and only Menu and OK are labeled.  I wish up and down were as I get confused.

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@NetRiderAUS --  I wish up and down were [labelled]

 

Fortunately, when using that OSD, pressing "up" when you meant to press "down" usually is not a FATAL problem -- simply press the other key ONCE to neutralize the first press, and then press the same key a second time.

 

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