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My laptop screen is inverted (upside down). I don't know how it got that way, or how to fix it.

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  • robert109 Sep 27, 2009

    Problem Fixed! Outstanding responce, thank you.

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Hi, Robert.

If you have Windows XP or Vista, press Ctrl+Alt+Up Arrow keys on your keyboard at the same time as it's sometimes set as the HOTKEY for rotating the screen.

Hope this helps.

Posted on Sep 26, 2009

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