display reverse

today suddenly one of my xp machine showing reverse display that means the start button goes to top right ahnd corner, i forgot the comman to change in normal mode. help pls
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ranadastidarAsked:
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sakuya_suCommented:
right click desktop->Properties->Settings->Advanced->[Your graphics card name tab]-> in there look for a option that inverts the display

or if you have a display manager like the nvidia nView center running on the task bar, check in there
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ranadastidarAuthor Commented:
soory i tried but no result
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sakuya_suCommented:
what graphics card do you have?
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ranadastidarAuthor Commented:
sis
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sakuya_suCommented:
do you have a control panel for it?
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ranadastidarAuthor Commented:
no
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shuboarderCommented:
Hi,

can you simply drag the start bar back to the bottom?
If this doesn't work, then right click the start bar and untick lock the toolbar.
Drag the start bar back down to the bottom, and then right click >> lock the toolbar.

Hope this helps!
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ranadastidarAuthor Commented:
no
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ranadastidarAuthor Commented:
i forgot the key command for that , there is a specific command for that, if someone know that pls write that only
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ibu1System AdministratorCommented:
This is probably problem with color quality
Change it to 16bit or try some other
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ranadastidarAuthor Commented:
ibu1 u r totally wrong, its not like that there is key combination for that. I just forgot that if someone remember that pls post here
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sakuya_suCommented:
no its simply a command(function) that inverts the display,

it might be easier for me to search for you if you can tell me what the full name of the card is..
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ranadastidarAuthor Commented:
its Sis Mirage Graphics
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sakuya_suCommented:
its not a popular card, might help to just read the manual or ask i ntheir tech support?
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ranadastidarAuthor Commented:
its not graphics related issue its os realated issue ithink
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ibu1System AdministratorCommented:
Sorry,
I thought the whole screen is reversed
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ibu1System AdministratorCommented:
Click on the Menu bar on top and drag it back down to the bottom. Restart the computer immediately because a crash will reset it back to the top. When the computer starts up, It will default back to the bottom.

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ranadastidarAuthor Commented:
ur suggession ll only help me if only task bar ll goes to top but its not, my entire destop including background all icons are reverse, that means if i interchange bottom and top of that monitor then it ll normalize.
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ibu1System AdministratorCommented:
OK
Remove ur graphic card driver from add/remove program and reinstall
I had similar problem before.
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ranadastidarAuthor Commented:
i did that b4 but problem remains
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ibu1System AdministratorCommented:
What if u do system restore to previous date?
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ranadastidarAuthor Commented:
its reamins same, i tried everything apart from formatting, earlier i had faced this problem then some one told me some key combination alt and ctrl and some other keys that time its normalize that way, now i forgot that combination
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ruijietanCommented:
Could it be a problem with your monitor? Press the Menu button or whatever button that brings up the menu and press return settings to defult or do automatic adjustment if your monitor supports it.
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sakuya_suCommented:
yes I think you should contact the customer support, as I said its not a popular card thus it is rather remote to think that someone here know the key off his/her head.

also, I would just try Ctrl+everything, then Alt+everything, then Ctrl+Alt+everything
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ranadastidarAuthor Commented:
yes that i want thanks ibu1 for ur help, and sakuya_su if u dont know something then dont comment on that in that bad way. the key combination is Ctrl+Alt+uparrow
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ibu1System AdministratorCommented:
Tussi great ho rana ji
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