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So it is the fault with the display unit unless the video processing section of the dvd is faulty. So cross on the display unit if there is indication of the mode then the display is Ok and the fault is centered on the DVD.
The Digital to Analogue convertor can be faulty so that there is no video output to the display.
The unit may need expert attention.
Could be the monitor settings don't match the video output or the video card has failed. Try entering the BIOS setup screen at startup. Usually the 'DEL' key held down. If screen is displayed (It will be in default VGA mode at that point), then you know the video stream is OK. Continue booting, and press F8 to enter windows safe mode, and continue from there to get the display parameters corrected.
On most of the set top DVD players you use the monitor button or the remote control menu button to access the mode that flips the display (invert). The mode is for those who mount the units to the ceiling of a vehicle for rear passengers to view. You might have to have a DVD playing at the time or just loaded in the stop mode to access the feature.