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    Yes
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    Ive got the info for the change and will be trying it later.
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    marvinb said:
    Ive got the info for the change and will be trying it later.
    Before doing any regedit, make a system restore point manually or backup registry in regedit save it to a flash drive.
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    Well ive installed the latest drivers and niw ive got the screen lock back but the sreen now rotates backwards, turn clockwise it rotates clockwise making it upside down in portrait. Can anybody help?
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    marvinb said:
    Well ive installed the latest drivers and niw ive got the screen lock back but the sreen now rotates backwards, turn clockwise it rotates clockwise making it upside down in portrait. Can anybody help?
    Can you show me exactly where you did take downloads from for drivers, i tried looking and see nothing on Netbooks site for this model for Windows 10, i do see it for Flexx 10 and 9. Did see some issues with Flexx 10 and rotate with windows 10, did not see a resolution to it yet.

    https://www.reddit.com/r/Windows10/c..._flexx_10_was/
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    I got them from the kionix website (manufacturer) they are for windows 8, 8.1 and 10 . There is a text file in the zip file talking about this very thing but cant figure that part out.
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    marvinb said:
    I got them from the kionix website (manufacturer) they are for windows 8, 8.1 and 10 . There is a text file in the zip file talking about this very thing but cant figure that part out.
    This is the manufacturer of the sensor driver ? And within this zip file found a text file about issues like this, can you post it ?
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    jds63 said:
    This is the manufacturer of the sensor driverKionix KXTJ9-KXCJ9-KXTJ2 Accelerometer Driver V1.28.3

    Known Issue(s):
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    There’s a problem where the screen orientation is wrong momentarily after coming out of S3 or S4.

    Troubleshooting:
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    If the screen does not rotate properly, you may need to adjust the chip mount configuration. This can be done with the factory_cal tool or by editing the registry.
    OPTION 1:
    To use factory_cal, lay the device flat with the screen facing up and run “factory_cal –mount 2” for MAP2, replace with needed map.
    OPTION 2:
    The “ChipMount” value in the registry is found in device key HLKM\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Enum\ROOT\SENSOR\0000\kxfusion
    If device does not have chip mount info (an ACPI _CDM method), please calibrate with factory_cal or set a ChipMount value in the registry.
    If the screen is rotated by 90 degrees and it changes the right way when the device is turned (screen goes counterclockwise when device goes clockwise), use DEVICE_MAP2 if the screen is counterclockwise, or DEVICE_MAP4 is it’s clockwise.
    If the screen changes the wrong way (rotates the same way as the device), use DEVICE_MAP6 for counter, DEVICE_MAP8 for clockwise.

    ? And within this zip file found a text file about issues like this, can you post it ?
    Hope this helps.
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    marvinb said:
    Hope this helps.
    Did you find this on site, factory_cal –mount 2 ? Able to locate this in regedit HLKM\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Enum\ROOT\SENSOR\0000\kxfusion ? Problem is, does not tell you what value to change it to.

    Assume it goes by what is happening to change in regedit

    If device does not have chip mount info (an ACPI _CDM method), please calibrate with factory_cal or set a ChipMount value in the registry.
    If the screen is rotated by 90 degrees and it changes the right way when the device is turned (screen goes counterclockwise when device goes clockwise), use DEVICE_MAP2 if the screen is counterclockwise, or DEVICE_MAP4 is it’s clockwise.
    If the screen changes the wrong way (rotates the same way as the device), use DEVICE_MAP6 for counter, DEVICE_MAP8 for clockwise.

    Netbook itself had no driver updates as this is the manufacturer of the product, i had trouble finding it though myself.
    Tell you, not something i ever saw before being used for correction, possible driver issues with this netbook and windows 10 not yet being resolved.
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    When I get into kxfusion the factory_cal isnt there. Do you have any idea as to the syntax ill add it like it says
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