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Inverting display on laptop?

Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by TimDoss, May 6, 2002.

  1. TimDoss

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    If I were to mount a laptop upside down, is there a way to invert the picture?
     
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    Now why would you want to go and do that? [​IMG]
    To my knowledge no there is not a setting that would allow that. You could open the case and flip the display upside down but I am not sure that case would like that. (little pieces that wouldnt fit.
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    It depends on what operating system you run, chipset, etc. I know video driver utilities, such as those provided with ATI and Matrox cards allow for inversion. It may also be possible with a 3rd party app (assuming you're running some Windows variant).
     
  4. TimDoss

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    I'm running Windows XP, an ATI (can't remember exactly which, M1 I think)... I want to invert the DVD playback...

    I haven't seen anything in the driver utilities for it,

    do you know what I should be looking for?

    Thanks for the responses.
     

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