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Old 28th February 2012, 04:13 AM
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Arrow Samsung notebook - audio and brightness problem

I installed fedora 16 in my Samsung Samsung NP300V5A-S0CIN. Immediately after installing i did yum update. I installed vlc. But i am not able to set brightness using Funtion+Brightness key. Also the audio played by vlc is breaking and very poor. Even mouse pointer are not moving smooth. Is there any driver that i have to install to solve these issues?
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