Sure you have a Intel graphics card, with this cards you can turn the positioin of the screen pressing ctrl + alt + cursor (up, down, left, right)
try to press this combinations an you'll put your screen in order
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Rotating the screen image is a feature of the graphics card and is normally caused by accidentally pressing a combination of keys. To correct it, hold down Ctrl and Alt and press one of the four arrow keys (up, down, left or right) until you have it the correct way up.
As your screen is completely upside down, hold down Ctrl and Alt and press the Up arrow key.
Alternatively, you probably have a Rotation setting in the display properties of the graphics card. You should be able to reach your graphic card settings, but reading and setting them properly may be difficult since everything you see on the screen is upside down until it's fixed.
If all else fails, try restoring the system to an earlier date when the display was right. This will reset the driver to its proper orientation.
An upside down image - this is caused by unintentionalpressing Ctrl-Alt plus the down arrow key.
Restore by pressing Ctrl-Alt plus the up arrow key.
To change the display from portrait to landscape
Press Ctrl-Alt plus a left or right arrow key.
I'm not sure why you'd want to hang the monitor upside down, but your best bet would be to purchase a wallmount, attach the monitor upside down and mount the fixture right-side up. Click HERE to see an example of a wallmount Amazon.com sells that will work.
Find the button that says DEGAUSS push it... next try to increase your refresh rate of the monitor which is controlled by the video software in you computer...right click in a blank area go to properties at the bottom click-> on that hit the Settings tab look for ->advanced box towards the bottom right->click on the Monitor tab -> in the middle it will say "Screen refresh rate" use the drop down arrow and select at least 70-75 Hertz. this just may stop it from jumping about...good luck and hope this help...
There are 4 screws on the back that connect the monitor to the stand. Remove them and turn the monitor right side up and replace the screws tightly. OR you can change your layout in your video card settings.