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Thisisoldhat
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Registered: ‎04-16-2014
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Rotation lock greyed out yoga 920 after bios update

Hi,

This morning I installed the recent BIOS update and now "rotation lock" is on and greyed out.

lastnight windows did a minor update too.

I can rotate by going to settings/display and changing the orientation, but it wont do it automatically.

I have tried changing the orientation to portrait as suggested elsewhere but this does nothing for me.

Any solutions most welcome.

Thanks

Oliver

Thisisoldhat
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Re: Rotation lock greyed out yoga 920 after bios update

ok strangely although its still grey I just put the thing into tent mode and it flipped. no idea why that changed...
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Re: Rotation lock greyed out yoga 920 after bios update

Hi,

 

I have same symptom on X1 Yoga 3rd gen.  Mine shows rotation lock "on" and its greyed out.  BUT once I change to tablet mode and even though its greyed out  I can change the rotation lock from on to off or off to on.  I can also change whether in laptop or tablet mode I can change from landscape to portrait mode or vice versa.

 


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