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HELP ME QUICK!!, any body know how to fix sideways compy??? Answered

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Hello, my computer flipped sideways so now everything is side ways, evan the mouse is "sideways" Please help me quick (my dad will freak out) pic included shows what it looks like

THanks!

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JayefuuBest Answer (author)2010-05-27
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Emsaid (author)Jayefuu2010-05-30

Actually ctrl+Alt+Up did thanks to yahoo answers but thanks anyway

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kcls (author)Jayefuu2010-05-28

Thanks! You just gave me five minutes of fun! :)

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Re-design (author)2010-05-27

Set your monitor on the right side.

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nickodemus (author)Re-design2010-05-27

:) Or turn the entire universe on it's side. Either way.

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Re-design (author)nickodemus2010-05-28

But then the REST ofus would be wrong.

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nickodemus (author)Re-design2010-05-28

Hey, that's what the answers section is for. Confusing answers that have no meaning.

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1) Identify your left ear (it's the one on the left)
2) Identify your lef shoulder (it's the one directly under the previously identified ear)
3) Place ear onto shoulder

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caarntedd (author)2010-05-27

This happened to me yesterday when my 4 y.o. son was mashing on the keyboard. It took me a few minutes to work it out. Try this.

Right click on a blank spot on the desktop.
Click on graphics properties.
Select display settings.
Adjust the rotation, and then uncheck the enable rotation box.
Click apply.
If it works, write down how you did it for future reference.

Worked for me. Good luck.

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NachoMahma (author)2010-05-27

.  Right-click on an empty spot on your desktop and choose Properties from the popup menu.
.  Click the Settings tab. Look for a rotation setting.
 
.  Go to the Display Control Panel and look for rotation settings.

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