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    To re-state: From TWC_PHILLY, backlight, 00000001,00000078,00000000,00000001,00000078,00000258,00000000. The 800w registry. (it works).
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    I installed Resco, and it fixed the dimmer problem. Thanks all for the info and help.
    Current Phone(s): HTC Inspire "4G" & Pre 2
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    Sent 2 returns saying PHM registry editor @ pocketpcfreewares.com it's free. But I'm glad you fixed your dimming.
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    Good you got that worked out Glenada. Your preference is far from obscure and I made the same fix as you when I had an 800w.

    You're going to find that Resco Explorer and Registry editor are invaluable tools to have. I'd also recommend SKTools, another good one to have.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cscoot03 View Post
    To re-state: From TWC_PHILLY, backlight, 00000001,00000078,00000000,00000001,00000078,00000258,00000000. The 800w registry. (it works).
    Where exactly are you plugging in these numbers in the registry? Or do you mean create your own file and insert it?
    Current Phone(s): HTC Inspire "4G" & Pre 2
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    I thought I posted this, I learned this from TWC_Philly, for the 800 backlight(which prevents dimming as long as the boxes are un-checked in 'Menu/settings/system
    Now if you use PHM registry Editor ( posted in my other thread), you simply go to :
    HKCU/ControlPanel/Backlight

    in the files you change the values in this order:
    ACBacklightTap -1 ( ooooooo1)
    ACTimeout -78(00000078)
    ACTimeoutunchecked-0(00000000)
    Backlightontap-1 (00000001)
    Batterytimeout-78 (00000078)
    Baterrytimeout2-258(00000258)
    Baterrytimeoutunchecked-0(00000000)
    Now as you delete the old & put in the new, with ea. one you tap the OK, it will ask you if you want to do this, you tap the center button to say yes. OK-Now after you've done all this give your 800 a few minutes to re-write the scripts you've changed. Then you soft re-set your 800 & everything is in place & working properly. Dimming is gone. Thanks & good luck. Oh, let us know how you made out.
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