My son walked over my keyboard this mroning, and ever since then, my screen display is updside down, which means I can't use the keyboard very effectively - please help. Not sure what the model number is but it says on the back of the machine - Dell PP18L
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UPSIDE DOWN DISPLAY An upside down image - this is caused by unintentional pressing Ctrl-Alt plus the down arrow key. Restore by pressing Ctrl-Alt plus the up arrow key. ALSO To change the display from portrait to landscape Press Ctrl-Alt plus a left or right arrow key. Some computers do not have this function.
UPSIDE DOWN DISPLAY
Caused by unintentional pressing Ctrl-Alt plus the down arrow key. Restore by pressing Ctrl-Alt plus the up arrow key. ALSO To change the display from portrait to landscape Press Ctrl-Alt plus a left or right arrow key.
The keystroke combination to flip the image upside down isCTRL-ALT-downarrow key... to flip the image rightsideup again, pressCTRL-ALT-up arrow key.
If this does resolve the upside down image. Check your video card graphics settings. Nvidia has something called NVrotate: Right click your desktop, select properties. Go the settings tab.Click advanced. There do you have a tab for your graphics card? If you do, After selecting the tab it displays options. NVrotate. That rotates the screen.
Hold down CTRL and ALT keys and press UP arrow to turn it back to normal. For the screen size, right click on an empty space on Desktop and select Properties then go to Settings tab. On screen resolution move the bar to adjust the screen size to your desired one.
Some video adapters have the capability to rotate the picture so it appears sideways or upside down.
Right click on an empty area of the screen, select properties. In Display Properties, select Settings, then Advanced. On the Dell I have, there is an Intel Graphics Tab- select this or a similiar Tab, then the Graphics Properties button, then Display Settings. The Rotation selections are found here.
Then exact sequence and steps may be different for your machine.