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my lap top screen has gone upside down, and i can't get it

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my lap top screen has gone upside down, and i can't get it to go back
Submitted: 2 years ago.
Category: Computer
Expert:  Michelle replied 2 years ago.
Michelle :

Hi, My name is ***** ***** i will be assisting you

Michelle :

please press the Ctrl, ALT and up down arrow keys

Michelle :

let me know if it makes any change

Customer:

no chahge

Michelle :

press the ctrl alt and left arrow key

Michelle :

let me know if it makes any change

Michelle :

if no change, please let me know the operating system installed on your computer

Michelle :

is it xp, vista, windows 7 or 8

Customer:

its on its side now page hedding on left

Customer:

windows 7

Michelle :

ok press the ctrl alt and left arrow once more

Michelle :

if the screen does rotate then keep pressing the key to change it back to original position

Michelle :

let me know if you are able to get it back to normal

Customer:

no change svcreen blinks but remains the same, i am pushing all 3 buttons together ok

Michelle :

ok no worries

Michelle :

try the below

Michelle :

click start

Michelle :

Click on "Control Panel" → "Appearance and Personalization" → "Display"

Michelle :

Click on "Display Settings" → "Advanced Settings".

Michelle :

Choose the "Intel Graphics and Media Control Panel tab". Proceed to "Graphic Properties."

Michelle :

Select "Rotation" and make sure "Enable Rotation" is checked.

Michelle :

Select "180 degrees" and press "Apply" to test your changes. Note that this might also appear as "Flipped Landscape".

Michelle :

let me know if it makes any change

Customer:

thank you for your help its working ok now

Michelle :

great

Michelle :

let me know if you have any other questions

Michelle :

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Customer:

thank you for your help alls fine now

Michelle :

thanks for choosing just answer

Michelle :

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Customer:

thank you for your help

Michelle :

you are welcome

Michelle :

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