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Hi, screen is on the horozontal, to read it the top of the page is on the left hand side.

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  • roxyrana Nov 21, 2008

    sorry, my way of explaining was not clear,. on looking at the screen the toolbars etc ( what would be the top of a normal page ) is lying at a 45 degree angle. as if it has been turned on its side.

  • roxyrana Nov 21, 2008

    thanks , everything has gone back to normal with this help !

  • P. Thomas
    P. Thomas May 11, 2010

    i guess I'm dense here..is that not the usual manner?

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Ohh..ok..got it..well those can be moved around..let s focus on the mouse and keyboard..remove the batteries from all devices..install them in this order

wireless device first plug it in and make sure it operates

then the keyboard..same thing..

then the mouse..


Posted on Nov 21, 2008

  • P. Thomas
    P. Thomas Nov 21, 2008

    now that is way cool...and make sure you check the batteries once a week..they don't last long..

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