08-30-2014 01:06 PM - edited 08-30-2014 01:12 PM
I have a Lenovo G550L which I use with Windows XP SP3.
I have installed Lenovo Energy Management 126.96.36.199 and set it up. I like that it supports CPU throttling, because I couldn't set this up without installing the utility. One thing is bugging me a little bit and it's the automatic setting of brightness. There are two states of brightness that can be set. First is brightness when plugged in and second is brightness when running on batteries. Not a bad idea, but unnecessary for me. Okay then, since there is no leave brightness alone button, I set both to the brightest. Then I adjust brightness as night comes to lower levels (only with the Fn key, not by adjusting in the Energy Management center). Then I unplug my notebook and the brightness goes up to the maximum.
No, I don't want Lenovo Energy Management Utility to change brightness at all. It should leave it on the level that has been set manually by the Fn key. How can I do this?