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I did a screen rotation on my mac, bt I can't rotate it back becos an error message appears 'cld not load display preferences '. I tried to update the OS but I already have d latest update... pls hlp

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Try formatting your mp3 player which might fix this problem. Also do some updates from the manufacturers website. This may be a known bug which your mp3 players manufacturer may have found and made a new driver version for.

http://www.sandisk.com/driverdownload/index.asp

To format follow these steps below:

First go to "My Computer" - now look for your mp3 player usually named under for example "Removable Disk F", when you've found it "Right-Click" on it then click on "Format", when format is complete try after that.

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1 Identify in which direction your screen needs to be rotated. There are four shortcut key combinations, and each will rotate your screen so that the top of the screen is at the top, bottom, left or right side of your monitor; you need to know which combination to choose. Say you are you trying to correct a mistake, and put the top of your screen back where it belongs--at the top of the monitor. Or you are trying to rotate your screen because you are using your monitor differently than most people do, and want the top of the screen to be at the left or right side of the monitor, or even upside-down.


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