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    my young son was hitting buttons etc on computer the other day & now the screen display is lop sided, the address bar which is usually at the bottom is on the right hand side & when you move the mouse left it goes up?? any ideas as my neck is killing? cheers all

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    Lol! Sounds like you may have an Intel graphics chipset with display rotation.

    Go to Display in Control Panel and in the Intel section of Settings (can't remember exactly of hand) you'll find the rotation option and you'll be able to reset it. Also in there you can turn off the hot keys...

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    Quote Originally Posted by kgsric View Post
    my young son was hitting buttons etc on computer the other day & now the screen display is lop sided, the address bar which is usually at the bottom is on the right hand side & when you move the mouse left it goes up?? any ideas as my neck is killing? cheers all
    Suggest either:-

    1. Reinstall your Display Drivers and reboot OR
    2. If you are running Windows XP, try a System Restore (In
    Accessories/System Tools) to a previous date/time. Data will not be lost
    but programs installed after the chosen date/time will be.

    Hope this helps.

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    Could be one of 2 things:

    1: Display on settings: Right Click on Desktop, select display control panel, then change

    2: Monitor buttons,


    Hope this helps

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    Quote Originally Posted by kgsric View Post
    my young son was hitting buttons etc on computer the other day & now the screen display is lop sided, the address bar which is usually at the bottom is on the right hand side & when you move the mouse left it goes up?? any ideas as my neck is killing? cheers all
    Quote Originally Posted by JuzzyD View Post
    Lol! Sounds like you may have an Intel graphics chipset with display rotation.

    Go to Display in Control Panel and in the Intel section of Settings (can't remember exactly of hand) you'll find the rotation option and you'll be able to reset it. Also in there you can turn off the hot keys...
    My lads done the same before on his Dell - JuzzyD has described it, but you can also switch off rotation completely which is what I did.

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    Thanks guys, I've learnt something new from this too

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    Thanks problem sorted (although i may have to put it back as my necks at a right angle) really appreciate all help

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    Glad to be of service!

    Occasionally get support calls from clients about it. Had one client work all day with her monitor on its side before she got round to calling Lol!

    And the neck will improve with time

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