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Display on moitor

When starting up my computer the windows logo appears right side up, but after that everything is turned upside down; I have had to turn my monitor upside down to view everything right side up. Please help!!! my acer monitor is not upsdie down - it is sideways and I get a stiff neck trying to read it

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    I have touched buttons as I was cleaning the keypad and the display on my philips monitor has turned sideways

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You will need to go into the display adapter from the control panel and select rotate display. Some monitors have are configurable for ceiling mounting for class rooms and other public viewing.

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