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My laptop screen is turned sideways! How do I change it back?

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DESPERATE OWNER!

#1
My screen is turned 90 degrees. I can't find a way to turn it back. Anyone
help please!
 
M

Mr. Arnold

#2
"DESPERATE OWNER!" <DESPERATE OWNER!@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in
message news:99F691AA-B074-4B05-8EEE-F1D75BF8907D@xxxxxx

> My screen is turned 90 degrees. I can't find a way to turn it back. Anyone
> help please!
Maybe, a new laptop will solve the problem or send it in for repair.
 
L

LVTravel

#3
Depending on the video card manufacturer installed into your machine there
may be differing ways to rotate your display. Try this one (NVidia) - Right
click on blank area of desktop. Click Nvidia control panel. Under Rotate
display select the proper display setting.

For other display manufacturers they also will have some way in their driver
settings to change the display. Some use key stroke combinations to change
the display.


"DESPERATE OWNER!" <DESPERATE OWNER!@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in
message news:99F691AA-B074-4B05-8EEE-F1D75BF8907D@xxxxxx

> My screen is turned 90 degrees. I can't find a way to turn it back. Anyone
> help please!
 
M

Mick Murphy

#4
Ctrl + Alt + UP Arrow
--
Mick Murphy - Qld - Australia


"DESPERATE OWNER!" wrote:

> My screen is turned 90 degrees. I can't find a way to turn it back. Anyone
> help please!
 
K

ker_01

#5
For at least some thinkpads, the magic combination is (ctrl + alt) and an
arrow key. Whichever direction the arrow is pointing will become the "top"
of the rotated screen.

Makes for an easy practical joke...
:)


"LVTravel" <none@xxxxxx> wrote in message
news:uimfmdl0IHA.4040@xxxxxx

> Depending on the video card manufacturer installed into your machine there
> may be differing ways to rotate your display. Try this one (NVidia) -
> Right click on blank area of desktop. Click Nvidia control panel. Under
> Rotate display select the proper display setting.
>
> For other display manufacturers they also will have some way in their
> driver settings to change the display. Some use key stroke combinations
> to change the display.
>
>
> "DESPERATE OWNER!" <DESPERATE OWNER!@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in
> message news:99F691AA-B074-4B05-8EEE-F1D75BF8907D@xxxxxx

>> My screen is turned 90 degrees. I can't find a way to turn it back.
>> Anyone
>> help please!
>