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Screen upsidedown when i login, my screen picture turns upsidedown....has been fixed and has now returned....other logins r not affected...and pc runs fine otherwise...help please?

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Hello agahan

My guess is that you have an Intel Extreme Graphics card in there. After doing some looking around, it looks like there is an adjustable option that will let you rotate the screen as needed, and there are 2 different ways to address it:

http://www.computing.net/answers/windows-2000/logon-screen-is-upsidedown/62429.html

From the Forum:
"To stop it happening again right-click on an empty area on the desktop, click on 'properties' then on the 'settings' tab followed by the 'Advanced' button. On here there is a tab relating to graphics, mine says 'Intel(R) Extreme Graphics' click on the tab then on the 'Graphics properties' button, choose the 'rotation' tab and remove the tick from the 'Enable Rotation' - remember to click 'apply'."

It is also noted that you can try Ctrl+Alt+Any Arrow to adjust the direction of your view. Check on both of those, and see if that helps.

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