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Message 21 of 30 (14,865 Views)

Re: Cannot adjust brightness in new Windows 10 Update

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This is the solution that worked for my Sony VPCL116FX:

 

ENABLE BRIGHTNESS CONTROL - Install OEM drivers in this order, restarting between each:
  1. Sony Firmware Extension Parser Device Driver
  2. Sony Shared Library
  3. Setting Utility Series
  4. VAIO Event Service
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Message 22 of 30 (14,415 Views)

Re: Cannot adjust brightness in new Windows 10 Update

Hi guys!

 

So I just managed that succeesfuly on my computer.

So far ago I hadn't been able to exchange the brightness.

 

So I checked as mentioned for someone before the device manager and then as following:

 

1) monitor

2) > buttom

3) right click on the name/model that shows up

4) properties - here you can see at the first tab written the place where it is (right below "maker")

 

Then I copied the place and google it like that  "sony vaio drivers monitor ' place' "

Then I downloaded that and then my brightness works...

Actually the key F+ doesn't but using the menu on Windows works perfectly!

 

I hope it can be a bit of help! 

See you

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Re: Cannot adjust brightness in new Windows 10 Update

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Hi All,

 

I was having the same problem after installing Windows 10. Thought of giving up, then went back to Windows 7, but the same problem happens, the brightness issue. Previously it was on windows 7, I think I did something, can't recall exactly, and the brightness works fine on windows 7.

 

Right to the issue I somehow managed to get it work, and I just did a fresh install on Windows 10. Here's to my Sony solution :

 

Go to Device Manager -> Monitor -> Right Click -> Disable.

Restart, and for my case it works.

 

Off all the contributed solution, hope this could be an added to anyone having the same problem.

 

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Message 24 of 30 (9,446 Views)

Re: Cannot adjust Fn+F7 keyboad in new Windows 10 Update

 
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Message 25 of 30 (9,329 Views)

Re: Cannot adjust Fn+F7 keyboad in new Windows 10 Update

 

Hi, Tfarhad88

 

Thank you for visiting Sony Community! 

 

Make sure the model of your unit is compatible with Windows 10 operating system. Try to run Vaio Update and Windows Update to download and install the necessary drivers for the computer. 

 

For further assistance regarding your concern, please contact the Sony offices/Sony representative offices nearest to your place of residence in Asia Pacific region http://www.sony-asia.com/countryselector.html?hpid=countryselector:AsiaPacific. Due to proximity, they are in a better position to respond to your questions or concerns.

 

Regards,

 

Vincent 

 

 

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Message 26 of 30 (2,283 Views)

Re: Cannot adjust brightness in new Windows 10 Update

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Here is how to adjust screen brightness in windows 10

1 – Right click on the battery icon and click on adjust screen brightness.

2 – Now, click on change plan settings of selected power plan.

3 – Now, click on advanced power settings.

4 – Click on Display and then from the expanded list just click on enable adaptive brightness and then turn on battery and plugged in option on. Finally, click on apply.

Source:- http://merab****.com/how-to-adjust-screen-brightness-in-windows-10/

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Message 27 of 30 (2,116 Views)

Re: Cannot adjust brightness in new Windows 10 Update

How?!
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Message 28 of 30 (2,112 Views)

Re: Cannot adjust brightness in new Windows 10 Update

Yeah! what did he do to fix it?!

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Message 29 of 30 (1,458 Views)

Re: Cannot adjust brightness in new Windows 10 Update

Hi Ccna35,

 

Welcome to Sony Community!

 

You may visit this link to help you with the birghness issue, 

http://community.sony.com/t5/VAIO-Windows-10/Cannot-adjust-brightness-in-new-Windows-10-Update/m-p/5...

 

For further assistance regarding your concern, please contact the Sony offices/Sony representative offices nearest to your place of residence in Asia Pacific region http://www.sony-asia.com/countryselector.html?hpid=countryselector:AsiaPacific. Due to proximity, they are in a better position to respond to your questions or concerns.

 

 

Regards,

Jen

 

Answered your question? Glad I could help! Please Click the "Accept as Solution" button below.

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Message 30 of 30 (131 Views)

Re: Cannot adjust brightness in new Windows 10 Update

Here is how to fix Brightness Control Not Working in Windows 10

1- Press Windows + x key. Click Device Manager.

2- Click on Display Adapters. It drops down a list.

3- Right-click on the current driver. Click Update Driver Software.

4- You get a couple of choices. Click on the first option – Search automatically for updated driver software.

5- Click on Browse my computer for driver software.

6- Then click on Let me pick from a list of drivers on my computer.

7- Under Show compatible hardware, click on Microsoft Basic Display Adapter. Click Next.

8- Press Windows + x key. Click Device Manager.

9- Click on Monitors.

10- Right-click on Generic PnP Monitor. Click on the Enable.

The generic PnP monitor will be enabled solving your brightness control issues.

Source:- https://merabheja.com/fix-brightness-control-not-working-windows-10/

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