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Vertical display rather than horizontal display on notebook

When I came home from lunch cat had played with key board now my e machines E725 notebook has a verticle display rather than horizontal display.

What key do I have to get it back to horizontal display?

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  • sheilab4u Jul 06, 2010

    I am using windows 7 in a new e725 machine...I don't have the computer knowledge to know what video card otherwise I would have fixed the problem myself. Hence, the shout out. Sorry but your answer was of no help.

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I cannot find any info on what keystroke combination would fix that.
You should be successful with using System Restore to restore it to a point before the Kitty incident.
http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows7/products/features/system-restore

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What Video card are you using?


WIN XP
Right click Desktop>>>Graphics Options or
Right Click Desktop>>>Properties>>Settings>>>Advance


and change the rotation to NORMAL


For Intel Video card go to GRAPHICS Properties
For ATI Video card go to CATALYST
For NVIDIA Video card go to PHYSx

Hope it helps.

Posted on Jul 06, 2010

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