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Lighting wont change when using xp on my macbook


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I have a macbook and use windows xp on it also. When i log onto os x the f1 and f2 buttons work to change the backscreen lighting. When i use xp tho the lighting starts at full brightness as the loggin screen comes on but when i enter my account it automatically goes to the lowest lighting setting and the f1 and f2 buttons do nothing. Wondering how to fix this.

Cheers....Jules
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What a **** forums....no help at all.

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