Positioning of the computer screen/ desktop

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The other day some cd's fell on to my computer and fell on some keys and
pressed them. soon after my screen has turned upside down i don't know what
to do. I have tried the positioning on my screen and nothing seems to work.
all the font is upside down and i have currently turned my computer screen
upside down. I really really need help. If any of you know what to do i'd be
so greatful if you could help me too correct it back to normal. Many thanks.
 
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"laurab" <laurab@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
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| The other day some cd's fell on to my computer and fell on some keys and
| pressed them. soon after my screen has turned upside down i don't know
what
| to do. I have tried the positioning on my screen and nothing seems to
work.
| all the font is upside down and i have currently turned my computer screen
| upside down. I really really need help. If any of you know what to do i'd
be
| so greatful if you could help me too correct it back to normal. Many
thanks.

Open Display Properties. (either right click the Desktop and choose
Properties *or* from Control Panel)

Flip to the Settings tab and click Advanced.

Poke around the settings for your display adapter for an option to rotate
the display.

On my NVidia card for instance there is an option under the GeForce tab
called NVrotate. Yours should have something similar.

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