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Acer ePower Management Tool


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dolface755

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I was wondering if someone could point me in the direction of the download for Acer's ePower Management tool. Apparently I need it to be able to adjust the colours and brightness of my laptop monitor, but I can't find the d/l for the Windows XP version. I was told by Acer that they will not give d/l links or information for d/l for any other operating system that didn't come pre-installed from manufacturer, which is really freakin stupid cause I'd love to put Windows 7 on this machine, since I have all requirements. Anyways, that's beside the point. I need to figure out how to adjust the brightness of my screen and that's the only tool they will tell me about

 

I'm running an Acer Aspire 5100 machine with 2 Gig Ram, Windows XP SP3.

Thank you for your help 


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http://acer-epower-m...datestar.com/en

 

has the latest version.  Says it runs on any Windows operating system

 

They also have a bunch of older versions in the bottom right of the screen.


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I will try them thank you. I think it's ridiculous that you can't change the options on your monitor without that one specific program. Most computers you can just go into Display settings and change what you need.  


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