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No VGA icon to rotate Horizontal position

There soultion involved right clicking an icon on the bottom right corner titled VGA there is no icon in Windows xp

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Stephen,
Right click on your destop, in the middle you should see what types of VGA Card you had.( for example Nvidia Display or ATI Display) Next to right double click to open. You should see a list of informations, look for rotation and click on it. The rest you know what to do... Have a nice day!

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Fixing this is rather simple. Depending on what card you have, you'd need to get to the relevant section within the Advanced Display properties to access a "Rotation" settings page.

Here we go:
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  2. Double-click on Display - accesses Display Properties
  3. Click the Settings tab
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Hope this helps. Do reply in case you need further help.

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