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sabbagh1
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cant adjust the brightness of the keyboard

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hp omen 15-dc0019nq
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i see that the button on the keyboard has 3 squares and i think that indicats that there are 3 grades for keyboard brightness but i cant controll brightness it only gets on / off and it bothers me at night because it is very bright

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banhien
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@sabbagh1

 

Please check page 20 (top) of the following manual wit a special icon:

 

     http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c06034959.pdf

 

which says

 

  actkey.png

 

 

 

 

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BH
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thanks for your comment but i didnt mention the screen brightness , i mentioned th KEYBOARD BACKLIGHT BRIGHTNESS

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Hello @sabbagh1

 

Your model has the 4 zone lighting system. You control the brightness from within the Omen Command Center.

Here are the steps from the manual...

brightness of keyboard.JPG

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thank for your reply but this setting is to change the brightness of the color not the brightness of the backlight on the keyboard 

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Then there is nothing more I can do. Im sorry.

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