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hello,   

my zoom camera showes  the photo turned arouned.

i know i need to press simultaniosly on CTRL + ALT keys, and press the UP arrow key. 

then a system tray suppose to come up. there i press on  :     Intel® Graphics Media Accelerator 

  1.   i press there on graphics 
  2. there i shouled cancele " Enable Rotation "   and press . Apply .

 

PLEASE, WHERE DO I FIND THE ABOVE TRAY ?

NOTHING COMES UP.

Thank you for the assistance.   Sorry about the Spelling Mistakes.

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@רוברט 

The System Tray is at the bottom right of the main screen -- it is the right part of the task bar.

 

You will see there a battery icon, and network icon, and a time.

 

To the left of these icons, you will see an upward pointing caret. When you mouse over this, you will see "show hidden icons". Click that and you will get a small window with a bunch of icons in it.  One of them will be the Intel Graphics icon.  Click on that to open the settings panel for it.

 

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