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My computer screen orientation changed it is now sideways how do i get it back to normal

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    I'll try that. Thank you!

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When my Screen orientation is Changed upside down I would just press Ctrl+Alt+Up/Down Arrow key. You can try Pressing Ctrl+Alt+Left or Right Arrow Key

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He may have been inspired by this on YouTube :-)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fzvlvZB8hw8

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By orientation i take it your screen is either upside down or sideways on?

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