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Old 09-14-2005, 08:00 PM   #1
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Default MultiSync LCD2010X - How do I go Vertical

Ok this may seem like a dumb question, but I know the moniter can go vercical oppose to being horizontal.... does anyone know how? Thanks,
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Old 09-14-2005, 08:14 PM   #2
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Left click on Desktop. Go to Properties. Settings tab, click on the Advanced button, click on your video card tab and somewhere you should find a feature called "NVRotate". It can flip your monitor display the other way around. Really cool feature.
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Well I tried all that and I still dont see it. I am running a Radeon 9500 though, not a nividia... might that be the difference.... Damn ATI
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Ohh, the instructions above was for nvidia cards. ATi has that feature too. The latest Catalyst driver provides rotation support. The ATI Rotation tab found in the display properties should be available. Do you have the newest driver installed?
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Nope. I have some older ones that are supposed to run faster. Should I even try that? I could update my drivers I guess? Can you pop me up a link.
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Use the OMEGA drivers, they are far more efficient and have more tools for your purposes.

http://downloads.guru3d.com/download...8823d8052a1c16
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Way cool. Thanks dude
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Way cool. Thanks dude
No Problem bro. Enjoy, the OMEGA drivers make ATi score almost 1,500-2,000 higher in AquaMark3!
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downloading now and going to see if they work well
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Wow I like it alot. I like how it incorporates the softmod. I dont konw if I like the screen vertical though, its weird and will take some getting used to. It looks neat though, I can see an entire web page lol. Well thanks for the help guys.
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