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    G752vy monitor brightnes 100%, FN+f5, FN+f6 not working

    My WIN10 got updated and now I cant change brightness any more. Searched on the forum and tried reinstalling ATK package, touchpad, didn't help. Tried rollback to original ASUS Nvidia drivers, didnt help. Tried the newest drivers from Nvidia didnt help. Tried a little bit older drivers from Nvidia, didn't help. Now Im using 411.63 geforce drivers. WIN10 is 10.0.17134 Build 17134. Reinstalled ATK and toucpad but no help.
    Also it is intersesting that I dont have battery saver option in the Power plan selection.

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    I did notice some of the preloaded power plans went away but you can add them and customize which is what Ive always done. Can you adjust the screen brightness by right clicking on the desktop and using display settingd and dragging the slider? If yes that certainly points back to the ATK package

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    After two days of internet searching and 7 times reinstalling diferent GPU and ASUS drivers the solution was in the driver for the monitor. Link to the solution
    https://visihow.com/Restore_Lost_Bri...After_Updating

    Monitor driver in WIN should be changed to Generic PnP Monitor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by explode16 View Post
    After two days of internet searching and 7 times reinstalling diferent GPU and ASUS drivers the solution was in the driver for the monitor. Link to the solution
    https://visihow.com/Restore_Lost_Bri...After_Updating

    Monitor driver in WIN should be changed to Generic PnP Monitor.
    Anyone know if this removes the GSYNC capabilities of the laptop screen? I ask because I have always had this issue with my old G752VY when switching from battery to power. All power settings are set to performance and the screen dimming is supposedly disabled. I gave my G752VY to my son with this problem and just said if he pulls the power and puts it back in, he has to reboot to get the screen back to standard brightness.

    Whats strange is its basically functioning backwards. Pull the power out, Brightness stays. Plug power back in, thats when it dims. I guess I can try it and see if GSYNC still functions with a PnP Monitor driver used. I will try it and report back on GSYNC after doing this.
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