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How to rotate display vertically on HP L1925 - HP L1925 19" LCD Monitor

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    qwertqwert Jun 02, 2010

    If this doesn't work or is unclear please tell me which version of Windows you are running. The ability to rotate the monitor image through software (I assume that is what you are asking) is entirely dependent on which kind of graphics card you have because it is a feature of your graphics driver. Or to put it another way: Hold down Alt and Ctrl and push the arrow keys. This will flip the image different directions, only with Intel integrated graphics. If this does not work you most likely have ATI, nVidia or some other form of graphics chipset. You can find the same functionality in the respective driver software. This will vary by graphics driver software and version of Windows. If you can tell me your graphics card and Windows version I can help you further.

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Hi,
Press control alt arrow key (up or down to rotate vertically and right or left to rotate horizontally) simultaneously to rotate the screen.
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