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I HAVE A HP G7000 LAPTOP AND THE SCREEN VIEW HAS ROTATED 90 CEGREES ONTO ITS SIDE. HOW DO I RESTORE IT TO ITS ORIGINAL VIEW?

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Depends on what video card you have. Most of them:

RIght Click on Blank Desktop area
Choose Properties
Click on the Settings Tab
Click on the Advance Button
Look for a Tab that says "Rotation"
Set it back to 0 degrees or Landscape

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