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Don't know how to rotate my screen
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I believe the easiest way if you are using windows is to just hold the CTRL key and the ALT key and use the arrows for desired direction
CTRL + ALT + ARROWS
Some computers use a little different hot key for example:
SHould be one of the two or VERY similar.
GOOD LUCK! I really hope this helps you. I am sure that is very frustrating.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
according to the downloadable user guide at toshiba support page , it appears , FUNCTION / SPACEBAR keys switches the landscape / Portrait modes . have you tryed that . good luck .
Posted on Dec 25, 2008
SOURCE: Rotated Display
This is a feature of a number of display drivers and is usually enabled by a combination of keystrokes, try control+shift+R or control+shift+cursor key. Look at the display properties by right clicking on an empty part of desktop and look for any options to untick there, usually under settings; advanced.
Posted on Jan 22, 2009
Right click on an empty part of the desktop away from the icons and scroll down to you see either ATI or Nvidia control panel, if you do simply choose that and in the left hand pane you will see "screen orientation", choose "Landscape" or "0" degrees. Click apply and ok.
If there is no video control panel then scroll to the bottom and click properties, go to dispaly settings and then to advanced settings. Look for screen orientation and choose "landscape" or "0" degrees.
Posted on Jul 04, 2010
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Within Windows XP, certain video drivers or graphics card chipsets supporting 180 degree screen rotation can cause the Windows XP display to be presented upside down. This can be (but is not always) tied to lowering the screen resolution in some accessibility programs.
To revert to a right-side up display, hold down the CTRL, ALT and UP (arrow) keys.
Try it if you have Vista or Win7
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