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How to calibrate a notebook LCD?

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I had to get a new laptop and the screen doesn't look right. I have no knowledge on calibrating a LED LCD, or any other monitor for that matter. So, before I mess anything up I would like to know if anyone has done this before and if it's reversible?

I have a laptop with a 17.3" HD + LED LCD display running Windows 7. Generic PnP Monitor on Mobile Intel? 4 Series Express Chipset. I can get to the calibrate display settings but kind of don't want to mess anything up.

My photo's look very different on other monitors. I don't want to post washed out looking photos that I have taken the time to edit. Any advice or information would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks.

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I see you have posted the same question on a few forums. You have had a couple of answers :)

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Hazel, do a Google on his name. There are so many other people with his username. Coincidence?

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I doubt it's a coincidence Ice.

 

That's why I had no intention of answering his post :)

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27 Google results pages ? This is madness :o

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27 Google results pages ? This is madness :o

 

Madness? THIS IS SPARTA!!!

 

AJ

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Hey, I just got an idea for a solution to the spam signature problem. Maybe if the admins or mods set a specific number of posts a user has to reach to before they can have a signature, it solve the sig spam problem, because usually, the spammers just make a post or two with the spam link, and then leave or get banned. :D

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How about posted links or signatures requiring human approval first I wish web wiz did something like that.

 

Richard S.

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No one wants to spend 20 hours a week approving every link or signature someone puts up.

Thats why we have report buttons, so members can do all the work.

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