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RE: ASUS eee When booting the eee shows the Windows screen as normal but when Windos starts, the screen is sideways. Can you tell me why?

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  • ael1 Jul 06, 2008

    The video card was set completely different and would not allow changes so I did a restore to fix it. Thanks for the assistance.

    Ron Phillips, Halifax N.S.

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I think the H size & V size in the monitor is not seted correctly ...
just do one thing go to safe mode by pressing F8 at the start up ...
there in safe mode you set the H size & V size by using the monitor buttons which will be present in the menu ,the monitor buttons will be there at front panel ....
just adjust the screen size now correctly after that just reboot the system you will be able to see the screen seted correctly

Posted on Jul 05, 2008

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    Dileep Keshavanarayana Jul 05, 2008

    if the screen is rotated then press
    ctrl + alt + up arrow or down or side arrows ...

    your screen will be placed correctly


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    Dileep Keshavanarayana Jul 05, 2008

    if the screen is rotated then those are the hot keys you must use ...

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    Dileep Keshavanarayana Jul 05, 2008

    any further help you can reply me

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    Dileep Keshavanarayana Jul 05, 2008

    this is happened because sometime you might have pressed by mistake ctrl + alt + some arrow key .....

    the hot key will be enabled defaultly so your screen got rotated


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    Dileep Keshavanarayana Jul 05, 2008

    if the screen has been rotated right side or left side or 180 degree then press
    ctrl key + alt key + up arrow ...
    that will place the screen in the normal position ...

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You should be able to go into your display settings and rotate your screen. Right click on your desktop and select properties to access your display settings.

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    Georgia B Jul 05, 2008

    If you have a separate program installed for your graphics card you may have to use that.

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Most likely because you have a graphics driver and it is set to rotate the screen. Go into your graphics properties, click on advanced, and find the place where it says rotate screen.

OR

You can just lay your monitor on it's side lol :c)

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Try to adjust the setting on your monitor, the video card must be set on the resolution of your monitor...

let me know...

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