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Vertical Vs Horizontial display, no VGA rotate icon to change it

I followed the direction in order to change the display but there is no icon as direct on bottom RH corner for windows XP to rotate the monitor display.

THe display is fine in my laptop only when I dock with the monitor

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On some systems I have seen "Ctrl, Alt + arrow" change the orientation. That works on the XP's at work, but not here at home. But it's worth a try.

Posted on Jan 29, 2009

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