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Rotated Display My screen now shows picture/display sideways. How do I rotate it back to normal Thank You

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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.

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