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My Screen has rotated 90 degrees to the left


cockeyed

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My computer had been slow to load the internet and I had been wiggling and clicking the mouse to encourage it while the screen was grey with just an egg-timer showing. When the screen did come up it was sideways! Otherwise it is now working fine. How do I get bak upright? I couldn't fin anything in help (WindowsXP) and I am get a sore neck keeping my head to one side to read the screen! Help.

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ßeta

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Physically pick up your monitor and turn it 90 Degrees to the right.

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mrwoowoo

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Just press these on your keyboard. CTRL + ALT + Up Arrow.

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BRYNIT

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Not sure about win XP but if you could look look in control panel you should find an icon with NVIDIA control panel (the name of the card may be different depending on manufacture) click on this and you should have the option to rotate the display.

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lotvic

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rightclick on a blank part of your desktop - nvidia display may be in the settings with the name of your monitor.

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cockeyed

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Thanks Mr Woowoo that worked. So easy when you know how!

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