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Rotating screen display

I inadvertently hit the right little clicker when I was pressing CTRL and the screen display rotated 90 degrees. When I hit the left little clicker while pressing CTRL it rotated 180 degrees. I can't get it back to normal even if I reboot.

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  • P Bradford Aug 14, 2008

    egadgetguy--



    Thanks for trying, but I got a solution:



    The mouse is a Logitech MX310. It has five buttons in addition to the wheel. The button on the far right causes the same action as you get pressing CTR and R-arrow at the same time. When I pressed the far right button while depressing the ALT key (this was done accidentially) it did the same thing as would have happened if I'd pressed CTR/ALT/R-arrow. On my computer the causes the screen to rotate so that the top of the page is at the right of the screen. If I press the far left button while depressing the ALT key, it causes the screen to rotate so that the top of the page is at the left of the screen.



    The only way to return the screen to normal is to press CTR/ALT/UP-arrow. There's no button on the mouse which, when pressed while the ALT key is depressed, will right the screen and put the top of the page at the top of the screen.

  • Anonymous Mar 02, 2009

    screen on vista has rotated to the side. pressin arrow keys wont' work. Heeelp.

  • Deeps . May 11, 2010

    Hi P Bradford.....My name is DilipBagdi who assisted you in solving your screen problem.sometimes it happen that the session get disconnected.so it may be internet problem.but we at fixya always try to solve the problem quickly with satisfaction..



    thanks.

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Click again until screen is right. then open mouse config and turn off that button or change it's function.

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