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Right click on your desktop - clik on properties- it will open display dialog box- click on settings- then click on advance-then plug n play dialog box will open -click on graphic properties tab-then click on graphic properties(below)- then click on display settings - on rotation part click on 0(zero). then click on apply then ok.
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