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  1.    28 Dec 2015 #11
    Join Date : Jul 2015
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    There should be a reg file that applies a change in the registry to correct the orientation. I believe from the link in that thread that you download it as a 7zip file and extract the reg file. I'll have to look on my tablet when I get a chance.
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  2.    30 Dec 2015 #12
    Join Date : Jun 2015
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    Win 10 Pro

    Hi NavyLCDR

    I have extracted the 7Z file and within it there is a help file as follows.

    **This is the driver for the Knoxi Brand G-sensor.

    For example, it is G-sensor for the QW1012 10.1inch Tablet PC.
    Step by step:
    1) Install “kxaccel-” firstly, after installed successfully, restart the Tablet PC.
    2) After the Tablet PC was restarted, double click “kionix_sensor_orientation” to enroll it into the regedit. Restart the Tablet PC.

    No confusion about Reboot.
    You will see that this driver is an older one than the one I previously downloaded and it gave me rotation but the portrait mode was upside down.
    I followed the instructions before I new it was an older version but it did not automaticaly change the driver. When I ran the regedit file I got an error message that it could not be installed.
    I have now installed the older driver and it turns the orientaion through 90 degrees i.e. landscape is portrait, portrait is landscape. Ran the regedit file still ger error message.
    I have now rolled back to the newer driver "", at least that gives me landscape in the right place but only portrait upside down.

    Best wishes
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  3.    30 Dec 2015 #13
    Join Date : Jul 2015
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    This is the Kionix Fusion driver exported from my Nextbook tablet. I went through all the headaches you are and I think this is the driver that finally worked for me. I don't think I had to do any registry tweaks for the orientation to be correct. Hope it works for you!

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