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How to change monitor orientation?

I have 3 vx2250's and I set them in a portrait stand. I'm looking in the CCC and in "Screen resolution" to try to change the orientation, but I don't see it.

Any help please?

Thanks in advance.
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  1. refillable said:


    I have my monitors set up side by side in landscape mode. I've had an eyefinity setup for almost a year, but I wanted to try out doing portrait mode instead of landscape and I don't see any option to change that in the "Screen resolution" in windows. In CCC the orientation mode is grayed out.
  2. Update drivers? Sorry for not understanding your question. I don't have 3 monitors so sadly I can't help you fully, maybe if you can find another man that has this eyefinity option ask him :).
  3. Do you want to rotate the screen? That option should be in your video card control panal. Mine is under the rotate display.
  4. its in catalyst control center under display or destop setup or something. I just saw it in mine last week. just go through all the sections in ccc
  5. unksol said:
    its in catalyst control center under display or destop setup or something. I just saw it in mine last week. just go through all the sections in ccc


    I see it in the CCC, but the option is just greyed out to "Landscape".

    Here's a SS.

  6. Can you right-click your system tray icon and go to 'display >> rotate desktop'? Hope this isn't grayed out, too.
  7. dotaloc said:
    Can you right-click your system tray icon and go to 'display >> rotate desktop'? Hope this isn't grayed out, too.


    I don't even have the option. :P
  8. ravesaint5 said:
    I don't even have the option. :P


    Was anyone able to figure this one out? I have the same problem. I have three DP monitors and one DVI monitor and the only monitor that gives me the option to rotate is the DVI. No option to rotate for any of the DP monitors?
  9. ravesaint5 said:
    I see it in the CCC, but the option is just greyed out to "Landscape".

    Here's a SS.

    http://i40.tinypic.com/27y8zyr.png



    greyed out means your graphic card is capable of doing it, but some thing is preventing it from making it possible/happen. For example if you already select 1280x1080, this is by default landscape, so setting would grey out. Just an example, not saying that's the problem in your case. Portrait/landscape mode is set by the graphic card, not monitor or O/S. Seek the gx card manufacturer or help.
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