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    Windows 7 Help?

    Today my cat decided to jump on my laptop while it was sitting on my couch and she ended up jumping on the keyboard. Whatever she did, it caused the screen to rotate 90 degrees. Anyone know how to fix this?


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    Re: Windows 7 Help?

    Go into control panel - appearance and personalization - display (second from top) - screen resolution (left side).

    look down to orientation and change to landscape. click apply, then ok.

    Hope this helps



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    Re: Windows 7 Help?

    Quote Originally Posted by Cy4Patriots View Post
    Go into control panel - appearance and personalization - display (second from top) - screen resolution (left side).

    look down to orientation and change to landscape. click apply, then ok.

    Hope this helps
    This won't work. You have to shoot the cat.



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    Re: Windows 7 Help?

    Quote Originally Posted by Cy4Patriots View Post
    Go into control panel - appearance and personalization - display (second from top) - screen resolution (left side).

    look down to orientation and change to landscape. click apply, then ok.

    Hope this helps
    Alternately just press

    ctrl-alt-up



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    Re: Windows 7 Help?

    Quote Originally Posted by alarson View Post
    Alternately just press

    ctrl-alt-up
    It worked. Thanks


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    Re: Windows 7 Help?

    Quote Originally Posted by alarson View Post
    Alternately just press

    ctrl-alt-up
    Did you really have to one up me?

    You could also right click and select resolution.

    The alt ctrl up didn't work for me.



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    Re: Windows 7 Help?

    Quote Originally Posted by Cy4Patriots View Post
    The alt ctrl up didn't work for me.
    Should work for any win7 computer afaik. ctrl+alt+(side of the monitor you want the top of the screen at) should always rotate the screen, and thats likely how the cat ended up doing it randomly.



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    Re: Windows 7 Help?

    Step 1: Kill your cat. Cats are evil and your cat would likely kill you if given the opportunity.
    Step 2: ???
    Step 3: Profit!



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