Using windows media XP warning comes up on screen-NO INPUT. Why?
Only by keying Ctrl-Alt-Del does the screen become visible. Upon clicking on the screen -the monitor goes black,until you shut down media. The monitor works fine otherwise. The CPU is a custom build and has had no problems to date 9 months. Smilodon RaidMax Dirk-Tooth. Can you advise?
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Hold down CTRL+ALT keys and press any of the arrow keys to move to the right direction.
If its not working right click on the empty space on the screen and go to graphic properties and you will get a window. go to disply settings and select 0 under rotation.Then click apply and OK. thats it.
In some windows systems, this requires merely the ctrl+alt+up arrow key. You likewise may have inadvertently pressed ctrl+alt+down arrow to get it like it is now. Works with XP Pro, not sure about others.
Use the CTRL-ALT-ARROW combination to flip the screen around. This is a problem that occurs when someone goes to press ctrl-alt-del and hits an arrow by mistake and does not realize it. I work the help desk in the I.T. department at a major hospital in south Alabama and several of the users have had this problem with Windows XP. You may have to try different arrows until you get the screen turned right side up.
The Ctrl-Alt-Direction key sequence is supposed to be used for changing your workspace. On my computer at work it changes the screen orientation. Ctrl-Alt-Up - right side up Ctrl-Alt-Right - 90 degrees Ctrl-Alt-Down - 180 degrees Ctrl-Alt-Left - 270 degrees (If that doesn’t work, try Ctrl-Shift-R)
This is a feature in Windows XP Tablet PC Edition. Which makes sense. But it looks like ATI Intel copied the keystroke for the same “feature” in their video card drivers. I can’t think of a good reason why I would need an always-on keystroke for this on a desktop PC.
When creating a keystroke-mapped feature that only 1% of your customers will want to use and the other 99% are going to be confused by, put in a menu option to disable it and have it disabled by default.
To fix the issue press Ctrl-Alt-Up. To permanently fix the problem go to:
Start >> Control Panel >> Display >> Settings >> Advanced
Where it is after that it dependent upon your video card.