Question about Dell E773C 17" CRT Monitor
I don't think this is a problem with the monitor itself, it looks more like a setting within your display driver and I'm not sure what video card you are using! However you can try this 1.)Right click on your desktop and click properties 2.)Click on the Settings Tab 3.)Look for and click on the advanced Button 4.)go through all the tabs on this dialog and look for something that says "Rotation" there should be a setting for Normal or something. Set it to normal and press ok/Apply! Hope this helps! regards, babb
Posted on May 04, 2007
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