Please help Aligo T, the brightness of the matrix.

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Please help Aligo T, the brightness of the matrix.

Postby dwoje19 » Tue Nov 08, 2011 2:47 am

Good morning all.
I am of Polish.
I installed the T Aligo windows XP and drivers.
But this message comes out.
There is no brightness adjustment matrix.
I give up the brightness on a dark matrix. Do not respond.
Does anyone know what else is missing?.
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Re: Please help Aligo T, the brightness of the matrix.

Postby Dave7341 » Tue Nov 08, 2011 4:14 am

The Atigo-T (WEBDT368) does not have software control of the display brightness. You must hold down button 3 and use the DPAD up-arrow or down-arrow to change brightness. You should uninstall the DT366 brightness utility - as you can see, it doesn't work on the 368.

I have the manual. If you want it just send me a private message with your direct email address and I can send it to you.

-DT_Dave
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Re: Please help Aligo T, the brightness of the matrix.

Postby dwoje19 » Wed Nov 09, 2011 9:16 am

I removed.
I press the third button and the joystick up but does not adjust the brightness.
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Re: Please help Aligo T, the brightness of the matrix.

Postby Dave7341 » Wed Nov 09, 2011 10:27 am

You must press button 3 and hold. While holding down use the DPAD. Use up to make the display brighter, down for dim and then release button 3. This is independent of OS or drivers. There are only about 4 levels of brightness and it's not as bright as the other models.

Good luck.
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Re: Please help Aligo T, the brightness of the matrix.

Postby dwoje19 » Thu Nov 10, 2011 9:30 am

There is something wrong because I hold the third button and the keypad to the mountains, the large and does not work. Maybe there is something bad, spins, and see if everything is OK.
And if the battery needs to be outside?.
I have only internal.
Thank you and best regards.
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Re: Please help Aligo T, the brightness of the matrix.

Postby Dave7341 » Thu Nov 10, 2011 9:55 am

It's possible your unit is defective - sorry. Maybe some of the lights are burned out. There is a post about replacing the back light display unit.

Good luck
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Re: Please help Aligo T, the brightness of the matrix.

Postby dwoje19 » Fri Nov 11, 2011 2:12 am

XP embedded as it was it was all good.
How I installed XP mini is not working.
And what is responsible for assigning keys (buttons) for different functions?.
Because no keys do not work.
Only the stylus works.
I have all the drivers may have a program to do so?.
Yours.
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Re: Please help Aligo T, the brightness of the matrix.

Postby Dave7341 » Fri Nov 11, 2011 8:58 am

Micro XP and Mini XP all have a lot of drivers removed from the OS. This is your problem. These trimmed versions of XP usually remove support for the Transmeta Crusoe processor. This forces your tablet into x86 emulation mode and will make it very slow as well as lost functionality.

If you replace the 512mb flash drive module with a 4gb module then you can install a full version of XP from the CD and your processor will be recognized automatically. You can also make your own version of mini XP with a tool called NLITE - get it here: http://www.nliteos.com/
You can create your own lite version of XP and leave in support for your processor.

Good luck, -DT_Dave
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