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external display shows rotated 45 degrees

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I have an HP 840 g1 laptop with a docking station.  WHen, I close the lid on the laptop, my external display rotates 45 degress.  Not sure why it is doing that.  The rotation properties is set to rotate 0 degress.  Any ideas.?
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When you go to look at the rotation do you open your laptop again?

While the lid is closed, connect a usb keyboard and hold Control + Alt and hit the Up Arrow Key. See if that flips it back to normal.
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