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Monitor display is totally moved to the left.

Help..my monitor display has turned 90 degrees to the left. Even my mouse pointer moves to the left when i try to move it forward.. and goes to the right when i turn it downward.. how can i repair this?

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Start >> Control Panel >> Display >> Settings >> Advanced >> Intel(R) Extreme Graphics 2 >> Graphics Properties >> Hot Keys >> Check mark on Enable Hot Keys >> APPLY.

Now press ALT + CTRL + up (ARROW).

Make sure after doing this uncheck on Enable Hot Keys.

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