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I accidently press something then suddenly the display panel rotated unexpectedly! Now, I don't know what to!

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Hi - you probably pressed CTRL ALT Arrow Key. On Windows XP, this will rotate your display by 90 or 180 Degrees depending on which of the four arrow keys you pressed. Just try doing the same again - that should resolve it.

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