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HP 1730 Monitor

The desktop has changed from horizontal to vertical, how do i change it back?

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  • amag83 Dec 09, 2007

    HP 1730 Monitor

    My monitor turned off after about 2-3 hrs. I notice that the resolution has gone so dark that it seems that its off but it is really on. I can't get it to brighten up again. I know that the brightness and contrast options are all the way up because I checked them before it went out. What else can it be?

  • Anonymous Mar 23, 2008

    If the screen is on but appears to be black then how can we go to properties and adjust it at all?



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The screen turns around bu i cant changfe the settings

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It depends on your graphics card driver. If you are using windows xp, go to "control panel", "Display", select the "settings" tab, and click "advanced". You should get a properties page, one of the tabs should be "Rotation" - change to what you want, then apply changes. If you are unsure why the screen changed in the first place, check on the "rotation" page for a description of the hotkeys - most likely there is a hotkey set to rotate your desktop which has been inadvertently pressed. If not windows XP, then the procedure is most likely similar. Hope this helps, please ask again if you need more info :)

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