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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
system restore can do this for you if windows does work
if not recovery disc are sold on line through ebay and other web sites
Posted on Jul 25, 2010
I know how inconvenient working on your laptop the image in it is upside down. But don't worry I will help you with this concern.
I have a video tutorial that will walk you through on how to correct it or fix it.
Just click the link VideoTutorial so that you will directed on the video tutorial page. Once you get there, please wait to load the video completely, it takes quite while.
But if you want a written walk through, not a problem I will provide that.
Laptops are very customizable. There is a very handy technique that has been a feature on laptops for many years but is still not widely known. It comes in handy for a lot of reasons. For anyone who wants to relax and watch a movie on their laptop or read an ebook, the ability to rotate their laptop's screen from vertical to horizontal makes these activities so much easier. This explanation applies to Windows Vista and Windows 7.
1. Hold down the "Ctrl" and "Alt" keys and press the "Left Arrow" key. This will rotate your laptop screen view. Return to the standard screen orientation by holding down the "Ctrl" and "Alt" keys together and pressing the "Up Arrow" key. If you were unable to rotate your screen with "Ctrl + Alt + Left," go to step 2.
2. Right-click on the laptop's desktop and select "Personalize."
3. Find the "See Also" menu on the left side of the screen and click "Display."
4. Click on "Change Display Settings" and choose "Orientation" from the drop-down menu.
5. Choose from "Landscape," "Portrait," "Landscape (Flipped)," and "Portrait (Flipped)" from the box that appears. "Landscape" is the standard view. "Portrait" changes the view to sideways, leaning to the left. "Landscape (Flipped)" shows a sideways view leaning to the right. "Portrait (Flipped)" turns the screen upside down.
6.Click "Apply" and then click "OK." Your screen orientation is set to whatever version you like.
Proceed to play jokes on your friends by flipping their computer screens when they are not looking, then tell them "That's not good, dude."
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Posted on Aug 13, 2011
SOURCE: the screen on my laptop
1...Right click on the desktop any where between icons where a free open space is.
Then go to properties>settings and click on the advanced button that should take you to video properties.
In there will be an option to rotate your screen.
2...If that does not work then try the hot key shortcut hold down the Ctrl Alt and up arrow key at the same time to reset your screen to the default setting.
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Posted on Sep 06, 2011
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