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My Toshiba Satalite P200 laptop screen has orientated 90 degrees. I don't know what I've done but how do I remedy it?

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Press ctrl + alt + pageup key or ctrl+****+pageup
then check
or boot you system in safe mode then uninstall the graphic driver then boot normal install it again

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