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My computer screen has inverted and everything looks 180degree rotational view. Very difficult for men


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Eugene Wong
2019/02/14 12:15
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The inverted screen has caused lots of incorrect clicks and settings.
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Windows 10
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2019/04/01 09:12

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2019/04/01 07:46

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2019/04/01 07:46

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2019/04/01 04:12

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I saw the same thing
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2019/03/29 04:29

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alice taylor
2019/03/29 04:21

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Here are the hotkeys you need to press to return the screen position to normal: CTRL + ALT + down arrow (flip screen)... CTRL + ALT + left arrow (rotate the screen to the left) CTRL + ALT + right arrow ( Rotate the screen to the right)



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Lokesh Yadav
2019/02/17 04:38

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Hi Eugene,

Changes in settings can cause the image on your computer screen to turn on its side or upside down. You can use a method below to change the screen orientation back to normal.

Method 1: 
  1. Log in to Windows if you are not currently logged in.
  2. Press and hold the Ctrl and Alt keys while you press the Up arrow. Pressing these keys at the same time should rotate the screen back to the default setting.
  3. Note: You can press and hold the Ctrl and Alt keys while pressing the Left, Right, or Down arrow to rotate the screen a different direction.
Method 2:
  1. Right-click on your computer desktop screen.
  2. Click on Screen Resolution in (Windows 7 and 8/8.1) or Display settings in Windows 10.
  3. Choose Landscape in the Orientation drop down menu.
Method 3:
  1. Right-click on your computer desktop screen.
  2. Click Graphics Options.
  3. Click Rotation and select Rotate to Normal.
I hope this helps.

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Lokesh
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2019/02/16 06:17

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