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My screen and mouse has rotated how can I rotate back

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Right click on desktop---properties---resolution =800*600

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Press Ctrl + Alt + up arrow

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there is an icon for your screen setup on the tray.
right click on it. an option will be there in pop-up appeared for rotation. Select the right choice.. n njoy.....

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Press CTRL+ALT+Up Arrow or Down Arrow to Rotate the Screen

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Press CTRL+ALT+Up Arrow or Down Arrow to Rotate the Screen

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alt+control+arrow key

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SOURCE: On my netbook my screen

press and hold the ctrl and alt key then press either down or up arrow key to fix it.

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