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Computer screen my computer screen has jumped sideways, how do i return it to its upright position please?

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  • torrencetayl Dec 14, 2008

    computer lcd screen is sideways

  • teddy21 May 11, 2010

    please rectify back to upright position

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I bet you mean it has rotated. I have seen this before. The computer I did this on, while holding down the "Ctrl" and "Alt" keys you press one of the arrow keys to rotate the screen. Depending on the arrow key, determines how much rotation you want.

This might not be the solution you want. You did not provide enough information about your display adapter. It is the display adapter software that does this. You will need to go to your display adapter software to key the correct key bindings. I am not talking about the "desktop display settings". If you have an nvidia graphics card then it will be the nvidia graphics adapter software that you installed. Not the driver, but the software that allows you to tweak your graphics adapter.

My advise, use that software to rotate your screen to the correct orientation, then disable those key bindings.

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My computer is sideways on need to make it up right

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