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I've got a laptop with an nVidia card in it and I want to rotate the output 180 degrees. The driver doesn't support this but is there a utility that will enable it?

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What operating system? – Shinrai May 13 '11 at 16:31
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Most nVidia drivers have this built in. Actually have not seen one without this fuctionality

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Yes, it's in the advanced settings. – Greg B May 14 '11 at 15:00

If this is a Windows laptop you can try control+alt and the arrow keys on the toolbar. This is a built in Windows feature.

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This feature is not built into windows (at least not in XP or Vista) but comes with both Intel and Nvidia display drivers (maybe others as well) – Jannemans May 13 '11 at 19:15

I have NVIDIA NVS 3100M graphics card on ThinkPad T410.

Ctrl+Alt and the arrow keys doesn't work when NVIDIA card is running. I wish it does.

When the integrated Intel graphics takes over, the hotkey does work.

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