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Windows 2000 screen display rotates on boot

henz99
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We have a Windows 2000 station that rotates the screen 90 degrees after login . Up until the login everything displays ok (horizontally) after the login the screen rotates. the only way to view the screen is to lay the monitor on it's side.  Tried loging in as a different user. Same thing.

Any ideas?
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Luc FrankenEMEA Server Engineer
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Hi henz99,

Does this computer have a Nvidia card in it? If so, check the NView settings.

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Pete LongTechnical Architect
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Or CTNRL+SHIFT+Left Arrow
Zaheer IqbalTechnical Assurance & Implementation
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Definetly settings to do with your video card.

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Thanks to all.
Pete LongTechnical Architect
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