Adjust screen brightness on a PC

The usual up / down buttons on the monitor itself do not work.
How to tone it down via windows ?
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alienvoiceCommented:
Link below provides the instructions for Windows XP.

http://www.ehow.com/how_5057563_adjust-screen-brightness-windows-xp.html
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sanjayrajtCommented:
Try this

a) 1. Step 1. Navigate to the Control Panel from the Windows XP Start menu. 2. Step 2.     Choose "Appearance and Themes" when prompted in the "Category View" panel.

b) Find the "FN" key on your XPS keyboard. 2. Hold down the "FN" key and use the up and down arrows to take the brightness up and down. This method does not permanently.

c) if you installed graphic driver properly right side corner tool bar you can see the graphics card open that and control the brightness.
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SandeepSr System AdministratorCommented:
I would go for "if you installed graphic driver properly right side corner tool bar you can see the graphics card open that and control the brightness."
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