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HP Gaming Pavilion - 17-cd0033na
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

the screen brightness dims after any game started in full screen i have try to change energy settings, swap graphic for better performance, i have change as well gamma settings on windows, settings on intel graphic control panel for better performance - still dim after any game start. Seems like graphic card is changing brightness every time when i try to play game, laptop its new.

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@Asadrian  Welcome to HP Community!

 

I understand that the screen brightness is low while any game is started.

 

Please perform the following steps and check.

 

  1. Go to the Windows Start Screen and search for "Intel." Under "Settings" select either "Intel HD Graphics" or Intel Graphics and Media Control Panel" (there are numerous ways to get to this setting). You can also right-click on your desktop and select "Graphics Properties," but make sure it has the "Intel" logo next to it.
  2. Once you're in the Intel Graphics GUI, go to Power-->On Battery-->Turn OFF "Display Power Saving Technology." Depending on your driver version, this GUI may vary in appearance, but ultimately you're wanting to find and turn off "Display Power Saving Technology."
  3. You will not notice a difference until you click "Apply", at which point you will probably notice your screen brighten. It will ask you to confirm. That should resolve it.

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