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Have you tried booting off system disk? Older os 10.4 disks won't work with intel macs.

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How can I change orientation on a Panasonic Touchbook?


If you have Windows XP then you should be
able to change the screen orientation as follows:

Hold down both the "Alt" and "Ctrl" Keys simultaneously.

While holding down these two keys, press either
the Up Arrow Key or the Right Arrow Key.
Release all three keys and the screen will have
rotated 90 degrees.

You may also have to try Alt + Ctrl + Down Arrow
or Left Arrow. You also might have to repeat the
key combination 2-3 times until you are in the
correct orientation.

Good Luck!
Regards,
Richard - Montreal Based
Panasonic Canada Toughbook Authorized Dealer since 1989

Apr 28, 2014 | Panasonic Toughbook CF-27 Notebook

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I have a dell c521 desktop I bought it from a rental place I do not have a reboot disc I've called dell suport they were no help is there any keyboard configureations to get this rebooted


***Using the Start Menu
  • Press a Windows key (the ones with the Windows symbol on as shown right), this will open up the Start Menu.
  • Use the cursor keys (the ones with arrows on) to highlight 'Turn off Computer' and press Enter to select it
  • A dialog box will open. Use the cursor keys to to highlight 'Shutdown computer', 'Turn off' or whatever your version of Windows says, and press Enter again.

***Using the 'three finger salute'
Hold down Ctrl and Alt, and press Delete.
Windows 2000 and XP Home Edition users will be presented with a dialog box with buttons on:
  • · Use the cursor keys to select the 'Shut Down' button and use Enter to select it.
  • · Select 'Shut down' from the list using the cursor keys and press Enter one more time.

In other versions of Windows the Task Manager will open:
  • · Hold down Alt and press U to open the 'Shut Down' menu.
  • · Use the cursor keys to highlight 'Turn Off' and press Enter.

***Hit Alt F4 'till you can't any more
The final method of shutting down that I will explain here is to hold down the Alt key and press F4 repeatedly. This will close every application that is open on Windows and eventually will close Windows itself. You may be asked if you want to save files by some programs, if so use the cursor keys and Enter to get past these dialog boxes.

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My kids flipped the screen upside down and I can't flip it back. When you are looking at the screen everything is upside down


LOL, LOL -- thats is so funny !

this will help

Holding down CTRL and ALT while pressing the DOWN ARROW flips the screen upside down.


To undo it, and flip it back to normal, hold down CTRL and ALT and press the UP ARROW


please issue positive feedback for me

Oct 20, 2010 | Dell Latitude D510 Notebook

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My task bar is rotate to the left


1. press & hold ctrl+alt keys
2. while pressing ctrl+alt keys press the arrow keys (up & down). donot hold the arrow keys.
3. release the keys (ctrl+alt) once the screen came to normal position

Aug 14, 2010 | Compaq Computers & Internet

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My screen is turned to vertical and i dont know how to fix it


It is due to your video card program managing your screen display. For a quick fix, try these out:
  1. Close all windows programs.
  2. Hold the CTRL key and press the UP arrow on the "Arrow Keys".
  3. Try also holding the CTRL key and press any of the arrow keys and you should see the display orientation changes.
  4. If the steps 1-3 don't work, try holding the ALT key and press the arrow keys (ALT key instead of CTRL key).
  5. If step 4 still doesn't work, try holding the CTRL key + ALT key + the arrow keys.
These should work since CTRL + arrow key or ALT + arrow key are shortcuts of the video card program that is why you can mess it up sometimes. Just give it a try.

Jun 04, 2010 | Acer AC 501 15" CRT Monitor

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The screen has flipped and we have to turn the laptop on its side to use it


Hi,

Hold down Ctrl and Alt and then use the cursor (arrow) keys to rotate the display.



Regards.

Nov 23, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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While cleaning must have hit a button, everthing is upside down and can not figure out what to do, HELP


try hitting the ether these combination of Key's to flip the screen back

combs
ctrl+alt+down arrow
ctrl+down arrow
alt+down arrow
if down dosnt work the replace down arrow with up arrow hope this helps

Jul 30, 2009 | ViewSonic E70 17" CRT Monitor

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