I would like to mount this underneath a countertop. Can either the screen or at least the image (including mouse movements) be inverted? If so, I could mount the unit upside down (base up) and the screen would flip down when in use.
if you dont wanna install any software you can remove the four screws from the back of lcd case and than take the panel and turn it upside down . the only problem is will the little circuit board fit under the lcd on bottom or is there enough ribbon cable attached to it already to just leave it were it is. or you can just use double stick tape to attach the circuit board to the bottom back of the case make sure to insulate it .
I installed pivot (see link below). It works great. you have to find wpflip.exe after the install and use it to get 180. The icon in the system tray only goes to portrait mode (90). I think it installs it in program files/winportrait/.
(I don't have my webplayer here so I might be wrong about the location)
I moved it to my desktop for easy access.
put the wpflip in the startup folder and you are set.
By the way, I can't get it to work unless I leave the entire pivot program installed. I tried to uninstall pivot and just use wpflip with no luck.
I want to mount under my kitchen cabinet and use the wireless keyboard. If you mount under a cabinet the IR receiver for the keyboard probably won't pick up the signals. Does anybody have suggestions for repositioning the IR receiver or adding an additional receiver?
I know I could use a USB keyboard but I prefer the wireless
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