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Old 09-16-08, 07:07 AM   #1
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Default Screen brightness problem then NVIDIA driver start ??

DELL XPS m1530, NVIDIA 8600M GT
Opensuse 11 ,gnome


I have set both in BIOS and OS(opensuse 11) brightness of screen about 60%,
after my laptop power on, the brightness will keep 60% before the NVIDIA logo appear.
the time NVIDIA dirver logo appear ,the screen brightness change to 100%,
then after i login system the brightness of screen change to 60% again!

how can i stop the screen brightness changing to 100% when the NVIDIA logo appear?
dose that have any thing to do with NVIDIA driver/NVIDIA driver settings? .
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