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Screen displays vertical, but I need to rotate it back to horizontal

Liquid Video L17LCD2 17 in. Flat Panel. Which buttons on the front control panel will allow me to do this?

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Helop, If your screen image is rotated to the rotated to the right or left and you?re asking how to get it back to normal it depends on your system. For Windows while holding the Ctrl and Alt keys down press the up arrow button. If that doesn?t work then your video card driver probably has a component that controls this function. Let us know what your video card make and model is and what software driver for it you have installed and we?ll try to help figure it out. If I?ve misunderstood your question please elaborate.

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Go ahead and give it a try... Its surely a prank played on you by your pal...

Do let me know if the problem still persists after this. Just leave a comment here...

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