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I have situation here, one the PC Screen has rotate up and everything goes crazy,

Any idea, how to make that normal.

Regards
Kamlesh

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nVidia video card? Log in, right click empty desktop area, select Properties, Settings, Card detail tab, nvRotate, then tick the correct box.

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Hi kamleshgwalani,

Or try CTRL+ALT+DirectionArrow this sorts out a lot of graphic card rotation issues.

Hope this Helps,
Oli
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