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After logging on, icons and everything displayed sideways

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If you're referring to the taskbar that's usually on the bottom of the desktop, click on the taskbar and drag it to the bottom. Then right click on the taskbar and check "Lock the taskbar". This should solve your problem. All the best.
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Somehow my screen got rotated where everything is sideways have a hp windows 7 wirelesss touchscreen


I imagine you might have Intel powered graphics.

Here are their detailed instructions on how to rotate your display through various methods:


I think you will find your solution there, at a guess I think if you press CTRL+ALT+UP-ARROW it should bring your screen back to normal orientation.

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Mac book air to view sonic monitor & I can't find icons or anything just grey screen and mouse...anyone can help?


Hello,

Go to System Preference on your Mac which is a setting icon (Gear) then go to DISPLAYS > ARRANGEMENT >CHECK ON THE MIRROR DISPLAYS.

You can also set the monitor arrangement sideways or upside down.

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"2 MIN" icon on log in screen


Is you laptop works fine, and what icon do you mean and where it appears?

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My screen is sideways and i cant get it back to normal


Right cllick on your desktop and choose personalize. At the bottom of the left panel click display and then click change display settings. Click on the orientation drop down menu and change it to landscape.

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Icons and text exhibit a right-handed black and white dithering or noisy shading effect. This gets increasingly bad as windows are opened and closed. It almost looks like a RFI/EMI radiation problem but...


If the monitor displays a similar effect on the monitor's own display, the colour ajustment or no signal display then the answer is most likely yes. A good tech guy may be able to fix the problem but it's going to cost almost the price of a smaller screen, similar to what you have, anyway. My suggestion is to just grab yourself a new monitor.

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My problem is the screen the yahoo messenger goes sideways everything is sideways the icons too is on the rightside sideways even the start button ols help me fix this.thank you i still need to lift my...


Hi,
You may try these steps. If you are facing a 90/180 degrees rotation issue with your displayed screen, this can be either due to a problem with your graphic card or a wrong manipulation of the hot keys of your keyboard. This problem can be easily fixed if you follow the steps below:
Solution 1
  • Step 1: With the Desktop screen displayed in front of you, use your mouse left-click to access the Graphic Properties? option
  • Step 2: Select the Rotation Tab
  • Step 3: Uncheck the box labeled Enable Rotation?
Solution 2
  • Step 1: With the Desktop screen displayed in front of you, use your mouses left-click to access the Properties? option
  • Step 2: Select the Parameters tab and click the “Advancedâ€? option
  • Step 3: From the displayed list, choose the name corresponding to your graphic card model
  • Step 4: Select the Rotateoption and change it to 0 degrees or to the “normalâ€? mode.
Solution 3
You can also make use of the hotkeys to change the rotation of your screen
Press CTRL+ALT Gr+Up/Down/Left/Right arrows
Solution 4
If none of the above solutions has solved your problem, this might be due to a bad configuration of your graphic card. I will strongly suggest you to contact a computer technician to fix this issue.

I hope this works for you. Good Luck!

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Screen display is sideways


Hi all5r_mine,

Based on your situation. I suggest trying the following options:

Upside Down or Sideways Monitor Display

Problem Description:
The user accidentally pressed a keyboard combination that turned the entire monitor display upside down or sideways. The user cannot recall the keyboard combination that caused the problem and has no idea how to rectify the display.

Possible Solutions:
Some graphics cards have rotation "hot keys" enabled by default and this is probably the most common cause of this problem. The exact procedure for rectifying the display may depend on the particular brand and configuration of the graphics card in the problem computer. One of the following options may help resolve the issue.

Option One:
Try using the keyboard combination, "Control + Alt + Up Arrow Key". Control + Alt along with one of the arrow keys is a fairly common rotation hot-key configuration and may just do the trick.

Option Two:
If Option One doesn't work, see if there is a graphics card icon displayed in the Notification Area (near the Windows Clock). Clicking (or right-clicking) the icon may reveal a "Rotation Settings" option that will allow you to revert to "normal" display.

Option Three:
If neither of the previous options help, try the following procedure.

1. Right-click an open area of the desktop and click "Properties" to open the "Display Properties" window.

2. Click the "Settings" tab and then click the "Advanced" button to open the monitor settings window.

3. Click the tab corresponding to your graphics card. You may need to click one or more buttons within the tab to reveal a rotation settings option. Exactly where rotation settings are located will depend on the brand of graphics card installed.

4. Once you locate the rotation settings, choose the "0 degrees" or "normal" option to change the display to upright. The rotations settings may also give you the option of disabling rotation hot keys so that the problem does not happen again.

5. Click "OK" to save changes and exit out of any open properties windows.

Navigating through menus and choosing options when the display is abnormal is difficult but certainly not impossible.

Hope it helps.

Please rate this solution if found useful.

Best regards,

Reyjoshua07

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Everything is displayed sideways on my monitor. how can I fix that ?


Hi,

I suppose you have Nvidia Card Installed if yes then Right Click Your Desktop and select Nvidia select Standard Settings and go to Display + Rotate Display and set No Rotation . Thats it!


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Display is Sideway's.


You might be able to find what you are looking for in the display properties.  Right click on your desktop and select your video card.  There you should find screen setup.

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Screen is sideways


this is ok, either someone's yanking your chain, or you accidently activated an ability of your graphics chip, this mode is for "tablet" PCs which have a portrait mode. you most likely have an icon in the bottom left of your screen by the clock for graphics settings, one of these will be to rotate the screen.

it is also possible that this ability may be programmed to one of the hotkeys, however without model info I cannot tell.

your mouse should have flipped too, if not then someone may be fooling with you..

check if you can click your icons... if you cannot then right click on the desktop and change the wallpaper on your desktop, also re-enable your icons from this menu, you may also need to unhide your start bar


hope this helps

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