Inverted Laptop Display

  Desert Andy 14:49 18 Dec 06

A friend at work was just typing away on his laptop at work, and the display inverted. He is not sure what keys he may have pressed. Any idea how i can get his display the right way up again.


  Totally-braindead 14:59 18 Dec 06

It depends what computer it is. Usually its a combination of keys such as holding CTRL, SHIFT and pressing something else.
Your friend could look at his manual or if you could post the make and model of the PC someone would be able to provide either details of what keys to press or a link to the manufacturers website.

  wjrt 15:00 18 Dec 06

on mine it is hold down Alt gr which is the key to the right of the space bar and use arrow keys to rotate

  Jackcoms 15:01 18 Dec 06

Right click on an empty area of the desktop.
You should be offered options based on the make/model of your graphics card.

Within those options should be a 'rotate' option.

  Desert Andy 15:27 18 Dec 06

Can't find a box to rotate the screen in make and model of graphics card.

The laptop is a Toshiba

  Graham. 15:52 18 Dec 06

It may be an Fn function key job. Press Fn and look for a key with a display logo. This is often used when the laptop is used with a projector.

  Desert Andy 15:54 18 Dec 06

I've tried the Fn key, no joy so far

  Totally-braindead 16:15 18 Dec 06

Which model of Toshiba laptop?

  Desert Andy 16:39 18 Dec 06

Toshiba Tecra

  Totally-braindead 16:47 18 Dec 06

Since you didn't tell me the model number as theres a few heres the link to the Toshiba website, you can download manuals as well as check if your answer is in the support pages click here

  lionheart777 16:54 18 Dec 06

Try Ctrl + Alt + one of the arrow keys, usually the up or the right one.

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