09-02-2016 06:39 AM - edited 09-02-2016 06:40 AM
Hi, I've bought a Yoga 500-14IBD and done a clean install of Windows 10
But i haven't managed to get the orientation changing automatically or the keyboard disabled after rotating the display.
I've installed all the recomended drivers on the laptop support page for Windows 10.
Since, while looking for a solution for this i noticed that the Yoga 500-14ISK has a new software on the support page, the "Lenovo Yoga Mode Control ", but the software dosen't list my model the 14IBD (With the FHD screen, and the Nvidia 920m) Supported Systems.
Do they have different sensors ? Why isn't my laptop supported, and how do i get the orientation sensor and keyboard disabled on Windows 10?
09-06-2016 03:00 AM
09-10-2016 02:20 AM
Hi, I've updated all the gpu drivers and installed the toga controll from the ISK but still no auto rotation.
The human interface driver to indicate if the device is laptop or tablet mode is from microsoft, it's supposed to be?
The HID v2 Sernsor drivers are also from Microsoft.
All the lenovo troubleshooting tools i've found only look for the basic componentes and don't test the yoga sensors. =\
09-10-2016 03:39 AM
Yes, as you can see, the HID sensors and GPIO slate indicator are both from Microsoft. I have an additional Lenovo Vhid Device which is related to the screen which I don't see in yours - however this may be for the touchscreen driver, not the auto-rotation.
Have you checked Services and confirmed that "ymc" is running? See below for details: