screen mirror reverse

Asus Eee pc 4g notebook - pink
December 21, 2009 at 12:46:59
Specs: Windows XP, intel Atom
Notebook screen is mirror reverse even in Bios. Not upside down but it is mirror reverse where to read the screen you have to look in a mirror to see it correctly. But external monitor is showing it correctly but only after Windows Boot screen.

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December 21, 2009 at 15:13:34
Try CTRL.ALT.arrow key

Don't know if it'll work but read it on another forum.

What is the history of this machine? Has someone been working on it, replacing screen or disassembled at all?

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December 21, 2009 at 16:41:39
Thanks for getting back to me. I have tried what you suggested, and I have tried the function keys. The machine is one month old and the people we purchased it off are now no longer in business. With what you suggested it just turns the screen around, rotating. The problem we have is the screen is mirror reverse where its like looking at it back to front (inside out) like we are looking at it from the inside of the machine. We just cant work out how to change it.

What happened was my daughter was downloading a game and went out leaving the notebook on to finish downloading. When the came back the screensaver was on so they moved to mouse to get back to the screen and this was how they found it. We have done the virus scan with Nod 32 and Combofix and nothing has changed shown there was a virus.
Any suggestion greatly appreciated.

Thanks Chris

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December 22, 2009 at 12:36:34
I would try changing the display driver.

Haven't looked yet but I believe there are video drivers to allow a monitor to display what you are seeing. They are used for overhead projectors and people who have a second monitor be hind them and use a mirror to view it.

If memory serves Microsoft has them as well.

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