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Rotating the screen image is a feature of the graphics card and is normally caused by accidentally pressing a combination of keys. To correct it, hold down Ctrl and Alt and press one of the four arrow keys (up, down, left or right) until you have it the correct way up.
As your screen is completely upside down, hold down Ctrl and Alt and press the Up arrow key.
Alternatively, you probably have a Rotation setting in the display properties of the graphics card. You should be able to reach your graphic card settings, but reading and setting them properly may be difficult since everything you see on the screen is upside down until it's fixed.
If all else fails, try restoring the system to an earlier date when the display was right. This will reset the driver to its proper orientation.
turn your monitor upside down on your desk and look near the clock at the bottom in the system tray. you may have a shortcut there to that video setting, hover above the icons next to your clock, hopefully one of them is your video settings and study in there to change the setting back to the way it was. if not then right click the destop, go to properties, then go to settings in your display properties, then click advanced, and right in there should be a setting to flip the screen 180 degrees back to the way it was..
I have lots of Dell monitors and none of them has the ability to flip the screen orientation built into them. What I suspect has happened is he accidentally hit a keystroke combination that activated a feature in your video card driver. If you have the built-in Intel Extreme Graphics read this link and let us know if it helps. http://engtech.wordpress.com/2006/08/01/stupid-windows-features-monitor-display-turns-sideways-or-upside-down/