Problem in viewing Image

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    I am using Windows XP. On my system all images are displayed very dark. I tried googling around but douldn't find any specific issue. My monitor is working fine but still images are dark.
     
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    Well, do you have any buttons on your monitor?

    Those are for adjusting the brightness or contrast and other display related settings.

    There are various methods in different monitors for browsing through them.
    Just adjust the contrast and brightness to your desired settings by trial & error method.

    Hope this solves your problem..

    Savvy :!:
     
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    Well that was the first thing to do. But it didnt helped. I connected my monitor with other persons system and there it was working fine.
     
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    Check the Display settings in Display Properties.

    Right-click on Desktop and select "Properties" and then click on "Settings" tab and then click on "Advanced" button! Here u'll find a tab which lets u set the GAMMA, Brightness, etc. for ur monitor. Just play around them or click on "Reset Defaults" button( If available).
     
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    y r u posting in QnA rather than software troubleshooting.
     
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    @hitman: I think this section's fine for this query. Are you sure it's a software problem and not a hardware issue?
     
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