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Old 10-12-2014, 04:27 PM   #1
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hi guys, recently acquired a medion all in one touchscreen pc

everything works apart from a comfort light that goes along the bottom of the screen.

the original owner has lost the discs for it, ive tried searching for it online to no avail, even the medion website has nothing on it.

if anyone has any clue where i could find this software it would be much appreciatted, ill leave some details of the pc just incase

medion akoya all in one, p4020d.

fingers crossed lol
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Old 10-12-2014, 10:17 PM   #2
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I would do a search on EBAY. Maybe someone has the discs for sale.
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Isn't there an option in the monitors menu to enable the lights?
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Isn't there an option in the monitors menu to enable the lights?
nope, cant find anythingon the pcto enable or disable it, even tried the shift+ctrl+l which is supposed to turn them on and off but nothing
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I have done a quick search on google to see if i could find a driver or software that would work. So far without luck.
If you really value that "comfortable light" so much. consider this: Portable Flexible USB 10 LED Lamp Light Bulb Desk Reading for Laptop Notebook P2 | eBay
This is a USB LED stripe. It can be mounted under the display. It uses a USB port. You can use one of the ports on the monitor.
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I have done a quick search on google to see if i could find a driver or software that would work. So far without luck.
If you really value that "comfortable light" so much. consider this: Portable Flexible USB 10 LED Lamp Light Bulb Desk Reading for Laptop Notebook P2 | eBay
This is a USB LED stripe. It can be mounted under the display. It uses a USB port. You can use one of the ports on the monitor.
its not that its required or i need it,

the way i see it, if its there and should work, then i want it to work lol small bit of ocd i think
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Boot to the bios and see if there's a setting for it.
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