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Somehow when carrying my E4200 Laptop I pushed buttons that have rotated my screen graphics 90 degress counterclosckwise and I can't seem to figure out how to roitate back...Help!!!!

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Several things you can try.

One, try using keyboard combinations as follows, CTRL and Right Arrow. If that doesn't work then try CTRL+ALT and Right Arrow. You can also try pressing the Left Arrow.

Depending on your video card installed on that laptop, you may have that management software loaded and running. If so, then right click anywhere on your desktop, as long as you don't right click on any icons, and you should see a pull down menu appear. If you see anything that says 'Orientation' or 'Rotate', click on that. You should see a selection for 0 degrees. That should put you back in the 'Home' Position.

You can turn off that feature. But it would help to know which video card you have. There are only three major types, nVidia, ATI, or Intel. If you can find out, repost your issue and give a bit more detailed response to your problem.

Hope this helps.

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