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Monitor 2 - Image is upside down and backwards

Whether playing a separate dvd or sharing dvd with the main player, the 2nd monitor image is upside down and backwards. I've unplugged, etc., removed power source and started all over, and occasionally the image will go back to normal. Then for no reason, it's upside down and backwards. Any ideas? NO STEPS TAKEN

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Check your graphic card settings. I have a 6600gt, and can invert my screen. Try going: right click your desktop, select properties. Go the settings tab. Clieck advanced. There do you have a tab for your graphics card? Mine shows I have a 6600Gt. After selecting the tab it displays options. I have NVrotate. That rotates my screen.

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