One of the three monitors displays its screen 90 degrees counterclockwise


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My problem is that one of the three monitors I have will display 90 degrees counterclockwise while the other two monitors display as they should. I have 3 monitors set up to a laptop docking station that has two DVI-D video ports and one VGA port. I have the cables connected as follows:
DVI-D Video 1 Port is monitor “1”
VGA Port is monitor “2”
DVI-D Video 2 Port is monitor “3”.
I prefer the center monitor–monitor “1”–to be such that when I mouse to the left, the pointer moves to monitor “3” on my left; and when I move to the right, the pointer moves to monitor “2”. I just can’t figure out why the display on the left–monitor “3” is displaying the screen rotated 90 degrees counterclockwise. I have already tried going through the manual menu of the monitor itself to see if I can manually rotate the screen. When I swapped docking station port connections, it only made the rightmost monitor become the display with the screen rotated 90 degrees counterclockwise.


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Hi Miguel,

Thanks for contacting us! Sorry for the frustration - we’ll be able to help.

You can control both the monitor position and rotation from the display control panel.

What that looks like depends on what operating system you’re running – can you say, are you running Win 7? Mac?

For Windows, there’s good background in DisplayLink’s User Manual, available here:
http://displaylinkmanuals.s3.amazonaw…

For configuring layout on Win 7, look on pages 12-13. For Windows XP, page 14-19.

Just let us know if you need any assistance or if you hit a particular problem - we’ll be happy to help.

Thanks for your patience,
Bernie


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