Auto rotate and g force

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    Auto rotate and g force


    Installed widows 10 when I did a full reset and now of course these items no longer work. Has there been any fixes its got tobe software becsuse thry worked fine before. Thanks
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    Really needed to list more system specs and information on this issue.So this is assuming you have this and this is the issue.

    Why does my screen not rotate?


    The auto rotation lock feature is turned on by default in Windows 10. Use the following steps to turn off this feature.

    1. Place the tablet into Pad/Tablet mode.
    2. Click the Start menu and select Settings.
    3. Click System.
    4. Click Display.
    5. Scroll down and toggle Lock rotation of this display to OFF.
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    jds63 said:
    Really needed to list more system specs and information on this issue.So this is assuming you have this and this is the issue.

    Why does my screen not rotate?


    The auto rotation lock feature is turned on by default in Windows 10. Use the following steps to turn off this feature.

    1. Place the tablet into Pad/Tablet mode.
    2. Click the Start menu and select Settings.
    3. Click System.
    4. Click Display.
    5. Scroll down and toggle Lock rotation of this display to OFF.
    I dont have that option in settings. I go to settings and the display is in the sysyem folder and it doesn't have that option. This is a flexx11 that had win 8.1 did the upgrade about 5 weeks ago and everything was fine. Keyboard started messing up and cust support had me do a reset. During that time it installed a very different win 10 than the converted one. When using it for games it doesnt respond to turning either, figure it's connected. Thanks
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    So you are saying was working at first, then stopped working with rotation after the reset ? Doing reset may then need to update again all system drivers.

    And you tried this too https://www.tenforums.com/tutorials/3...dows-10-a.html
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    Yes I have done the other suggestion and I can control tablet mode, still wont auto rotate. Your correct that it did work before the windows 10 update I have reistalled it twice with no change.
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    See if you see this option

    Go to Control Panel> Display>Change Display Settings and then make sure that the "Allow the screen to auto-rotate" is selected.
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    Its the driver I got a new one from the manufacturer and it works, but now it rotates the wrong way, currently doing another reset. Any help with the reg change for rotation would be appreciated.
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    marvinb said:
    Its the driver I got a new one from the manufacturer and it works, but now it rotates the wrong way, currently doing another reset. Any help with the reg change for rotation would be appreciated.
    Which driver, display ? What do you mean exactly, reg change, registry edit ?
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    Ive seen some talk about the reg edit and remapping . The driver was the sensor driver
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  10. jds63's Avatar
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    marvinb said:
    Ive seen some talk about the reg edit and remapping . The driver was the sensor driver
    Not familiar with any reg edits for this, far as i read about remapping is done with keyboards, so not sure of these further fixes.
    So rotation works but going in wrong direction ?
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