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My laptop screen has rotated and dont know how to put it back to normal

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This did not fix the problem the laptop picture is still side ways

Posted on Jul 29, 2008

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Press the ctrl shift and arrow up, down, left, right keys with ctrl and shift pressed together and arrow keys randomly to fix this

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Hello, my desk screen is turned 90 degres to teh right. I was able to get my lap top screen back to normal but the solutions provided are not working for the desk screen. Can you help? Thanks. Emmanuelle...


Hello there hopefully you are reading this on your laptop, the right way up that is.

What you need to do is to use the NVIDIA control panel to rotate the screen.

See my published guide entitled How to Rotate My Desktop Display!!! It's on it's side!!!

Take care!
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My screen is side ways how do i put it back to normal


Do you have a rotating monitor? There are a few that can be rotated 90 degrees in the plane of the screen for a "portrait view" instead of the standard landscape view, and they will automatically swap horizontal and vertical signals as needed. If you have one of these, the position detector switch is stuck in the wrong position. You may be able to get it unstuck by rotating to the other position and back again.

There are some programs (e. g., Acrobat Reader) that let you rotate the view of the file you have open, but that only affects the contents of the window, not everything on the screen. I'm not aware of a program that rotates the full screen view for the entire system.

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Pc screen for emachine is upside down


Hi Johnson,
please follow these steps and let me know if you still not able to get your screen back to normal.


For window xp, go to a blank spot on your desktop
Right click
go to "Properties"
click on "settings"
click on "Advanced"
click on "rotation"

go from there

For Window 2000, go to a blank spot on your desktop.
Right click
go to "Properties"
click on "settings"
click on "Advanced"
go to "graphics driver"
click on "graphics properties"
click on "rotation"

go from there

kam

Dec 08, 2008 | E-Machines eMachines Desktop PC

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Well my toshiba satellite u405-s2820 turns on but the screen is just black... what I'm I to do??


Firstly unplug everything from the laptop (even the power) and remove the battery, hold the power button down for 10secs then plug the power back in only, see what happens...

If nothings changed...
Try and plug a normal monitor into the VGA port and turn the laptop on;
you will get the toshiba POST screen if the graphics card still works (then the actual screen is at fault)
if you dont then the graphics card is at fault..


[Just a thought... does the laptop bleep when you first turn it on?]

Let me know how you get on...
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Dec 07, 2008 | PC Desktops

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Screen is horizontal how do i get it back to it's normal view?


Almost positive it's a hardware related feature.It's usually an option in the video card driver's settings.

You can change it by changing the driver settings for video card in the control panel. An option is usually there in the video card driver settings that allows you to rotate the display horizontally (90 degree or 270 degree) and vertically (180 degree).

Look trough the control panel carefully, find the Video Card Driver... change the rotation settings to 0 degrees and thats it !!!

Go ahead and give it a try... Its surely a prank played on you by your pal...



Do let me know if the problem still persists after this. Just leave a comment here...

Dont forget to vote for this solution at the bottom!!!

Good Luck

Fixya

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My desktop has turned to its side and i dont know how to get it back to normal.


if you right click on an empty space on your desktop, select properties, then your graphics settings you should find an option the rotate the picture back to normal.

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Hi right hand click in the centre of the screen select graphic properties and once in there make sure that the rotation is on No rotation if not set to and apply close and then the screen should be OK.

Try this hope it works
Thanks J

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