Question about Dell UltraSharp 2007WFP Monitor
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Download the Video driver from Dell's website, Enter your service tag number (which it on a label located on the back of the unit) in the second line on this page. It will bring up the correct driver for your unit.
copy and paste the link into your browser.
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Posted on Nov 07, 2008
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The problem is most likely not with the monitor it is the computer. Some graphics cards have shortcuts to turn the display. Most likely you accidentally hit this shortcut. Most are done with Cntrl/ALT/Delete. Regardless lets get it back to normal. If you right click on the desktop somewhere and select Properties from the box pops up you should get to the display properties. From here select the Advanced button from the settings tab. You should get the Plug and Play display box. Selet the Display adapter tab. Mine happens to be Intel it is usually the tab on the top and takes up the whole length of the box. From this box there should be button for display properties ot something similar. If you check the different tabs in display props there should be a setting for rotation. Set it back to zero. I would deselect the Enable rotation so it does not happen again by accident. I hope this helps. You may find things a different on your PC but this should get you to the right place to fix it. I see this happen a lot. I always disable this on people PC's that I repair for them to avoid calls like this. It is easy to mess up.
Posted on Dec 01, 2008
Have you tried starting in safe mood and then ran a scan of the hard drive, it could possably correct any file errors that the start up files may have Hope this Works Steve
Posted on Oct 01, 2009
ur unit is overheating turn off and unplug and let cool down,clean vents around fan intake (under unit) and around top each side of keyboard when cool enough plug back in and listen for fan operation while booting up if no fan it may be stuck or burnt up and may need replacement but ur biggest problem will be the hard drive if it was overheated for to long could or is damaged good luck hope ur lucky and that it just got hot
Posted on Dec 05, 2009
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