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The problem MAY be in the setup in the computer. Some of the display programs have settings that allow one to invert the image when used with a video projector that is hung upside down from the ceiling. Check if your software might be set to do this.
An upside down image - this is caused by unintentionalpressing Ctrl-Alt plus the down arrow key.
Restore by pressing Ctrl-Alt plus the up arrow key.
To change the display from portrait to landscape
Press Ctrl-Alt plus a left or right arrow key.
Some video adapters have the capability to rotate the picture so it appears sideways or upside down.
Right click on an empty area of the screen, select properties. In Display Properties, select Settings, then Advanced. On the Dell I have, there is an Intel Graphics Tab- select this or a similiar Tab, then the Graphics Properties button, then Display Settings. The Rotation selections are found here.
Then exact sequence and steps may be different for your machine.
Stand on your head ??? put the stand on the other end ??
Jus kidding ? Is it a monitor that offers a rotate screen feature ??
Did you buy it used ? almost sounds like the screen is in upside down which is possible but a bit tricky to do.