Question about Computers & Internet
Depending on your OS and video card you should be able to get it right by holding either:
1. ALT+CTRL+UP/DOWN KEY
2. ALT+UP/DOWN KEY
3. In your Desktop, right click in an empty area and go to Properties > Graphic Options and then click ROTATION. Set this to normal. However, this option normally isn't available with default integrated graphic cards or even some aftermarket cards.
4. Go to a blank spot on your desktop
go to "Properties"
click on "settings"
click on "Advanced"
go to "graphics driver"
click on "graphics properties"
click on "rotation"
5. In Control Panel>Display>Settings tab>Advanced button, look for settings relating to display or screen position.
One of these is sure to work. If not, just turn the monitor upside down ;)
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