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Rotating the screen image is a feature of the graphics card and is normally caused by accidentally pressing a combination of keys. To correct it, hold down Ctrl and Alt and press one of the four arrow keys (up, down, left or right) until you have it the correct way up.
As your screen is completely upside down, hold down Ctrl and Alt and press the Up arrow key.
Alternatively, you probably have a Rotation setting in the display properties of the graphics card. You should be able to reach your graphic card settings, but reading and setting them properly may be difficult since everything you see on the screen is upside down until it's fixed.
If all else fails, try restoring the system to an earlier date when the display was right. This will reset the driver to its proper orientation.
You may try messing with the settings on the monitor. The menu buttons are usually on the front. Try to find something that deals with the color tones of the monitor. If messing with these settings doesn't fix your problem, then unfortunately, it is probably time to throw it out.
it could be a number of things. One, it could be your graphic card settings, have a look at them. Two, i forgot but therer is a shortcut to maing your screen turn upside down. Have a look at the settings and i hope you find how to fix it. DigicalJAi
Your monitor is having thermal problems. Some part in the horizontal circuit is changing value as it warms up, and you're seeing the effect. It's possible to troubleshoot this kind of problem by using spray chiller to cool down parts and find the culprit, but labor and parts would probably mean you're better off just replacing it. New LCD's are quite cheap today, and you'll gain extra space on your desk if you get one.
Try connecting it to a different computer. If it's upside-down on another computer, then the panel is probably mounted upside-down. If it can be removed from the stand, remove it and see if it can be mounted the other way.
If it's correct on another computer, then your graphics settings are incorrect. Assuming you're running Windows, go to Display Properties, Settings tab, click Advanced button, look for a tab describing your video adapter (usually ATI or NVIDIA). In the video adapter's setup there is usually a Rotation option. The rotation option may be set to 180-degrees instead of Normal or 0-degrees.
This is a sure sign in CRT screens that it is on it's last hours of life. I saw this in one of my customer's screens and I told him it was probably dying, it died the next day. You could try opening the menu and hitting degausse or whatever it's called. That helps sometimes, but if this is doing this repeatedly, it means your screen is dying.