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Killua

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i hate when this happens... my screen got turned sideways when my friend messed with it.... Grrrr... I need help turning it back!

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Troy

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You might be able to lift it up and rotate it till it looks right... :whistling: :blink:

Okay, right-click on the desktop, select properties, select the settings tab at the far right, open Advanced. Depending on what graphics card you have, there will be different options in here. Have a look around and see if you can find it. Or you could post a pic of what you see.

Edited by ruthandtroy, 25 June 2007 - 10:35 PM.

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phatmanMD

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a common hotkey is ctrl-alt-up arrow

if you have a dell, that'll most likely work!
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well I feel like an idiot, I learnd this in computer class XD

I just need to press CTRL + ALT + D-Pad Up.

XOXOXOX Thnx anyways.

Chii~
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Yeah that's really funny, because it doesn't work on my computer. I just tried changing it (in fact I'm typing sideways now...) and that key combination is not doing anything... Interesting. My method allows me to change it back. Like I said, interesting...

Glad you got it sorted. I hope you didn't get too sore of a neck! Cheers :whistling:
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