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noobtech

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Ok my computer screen is upside down. Im running windows xp pro and my resolution is at 1024 by 768. Holding ctrl+alt and the arrows do nothing. I changed my resolution down to 800 by 600 and that seemed to fix it. My question is how can i fix this problem so i can put it back to 1024 by 768 without it going upside down again?
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Fenor

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Could always just turn your monitor upside down and then your desktop will be right-side up :tazz:

But seriously that is wierd. I'll do some research on it. In the mean time maybe someone else has had this problem and will chime in their words of wisdom.

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Linkmaster

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Hi noobtech,

Try : CTRL+ ALT+ UP Arrow

OR

Right-click on an empty area on the desktop
Click on Properties then on the Settings tab
Click on Advanced button.
See if you have a tab relating to your graphics card (mine is ATI)
Click on the tab then on the Graphics properties button or a button relating to Rotation and remove the tick from the Enable Rotation - remember to click Apply

Edited by Linkmaster, 06 October 2005 - 09:27 AM.

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dsenette

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i agree with linkmaster, you can set it in the display settings
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