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Tosheba laptop screen cat walked across keys and the screen went horizontal how do i get it vertical again thank you

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Press the ctrl+alt+down arrow key .you will get your original screen back
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I have the A105 Satellite and scoured the manual for anything referring the screen going horizontal or vertical --- I found no such ability! You'll have to ask your cat what they did so you can undo it! (Manual is for A100/A105 models)

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