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Screen is sideways--reading horizontally, not vertically!

I have a laptop which i am using it now, but also have a docking station with a large X2gen screen... my cat stepped on something yesterday because whenever i reboot and try to use it (monitor), it reads sideways...very strange.

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Traci,

Your cat probably enable your lcd monitor to a portrait mode. Go to your toolbars on the bottom R/H look for a graphic card settings and right clicked, then look for rotation settings and setting to restore to defaults. Well... hopes that's your case. Have a nice day!

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