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My screen display has loaded sideways instead of up and down as usual

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Check all your option, if its a tablet style you might have a function key that allows you to change it. IF you have the drivers disk, try reloading the video drivers or checking for updates on Microsoft and the video card makers web site also. Its worth a shot and doesnt cost anything. Allthough if the laptop has a recovery cd, you could re-install windows all together and see if that works. Has it ever worked correctly or has it always done this from day one?

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