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lannylinc
Paper Tape
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Registered: ‎11-22-2013
Location: Sri-Lanka
Views: 4,007
Message 111 of 122

Re: Yoga 13 Auto Rotate

I agree and the whole transformation versatility we paid a premium for becomes pointless.  My screen becomes blurry on anything other than the default mode and I have re-installed all relevent drivers!!!  Come on Lenovo, why are we seeing ZERO solutions for this!

sarnia69
What's DOS?
Posts: 2
Registered: ‎12-08-2013
Location: Guernsey
Views: 3,983
Message 112 of 122

Re: Yoga 13 Auto Rotate

Tried clicking the little button on the side right?

lannylinc
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Registered: ‎11-22-2013
Location: Sri-Lanka
Views: 3,978
Message 113 of 122

Re: Yoga 13 Auto Rotate

Yes thank you, I've tried that but that switch is there to lock auto rotate.
It doesn't fix the problem of the image being blurry when upside down. Frustrating experience with no help at all from Lenovo!!! And this user had restored windows 8 from 8.1 three times now to fix the problem...
ronmolzan
What's DOS?
Posts: 2
Registered: ‎12-03-2013
Location: USA
Views: 3,951
Message 114 of 122

Re: Yoga 13 Auto Rotate

  On the right hand side of your Yoga you will find a little oval button. This is the auto rotate lock button. It only works in modes other than laptop mode. While in tablet mode, press the button. You will see text on the screen confirming the lock or unlock setting. If you set in the unlock setting and still no rotation. Shut down an restart while in the rotate mode. This should correct the problem.

Maybe a software glitch. Hopefully there will be up dates in the future.

artworksmetal
Serial Port
Posts: 32
Registered: ‎12-27-2013
Location: Virginia
Views: 3,804
Message 115 of 122

Re: Yoga 13 Auto Rotate

So glad I found this thread. I spent 30 minutes trying to control autorotate in settings.

Guess it's time to look at the manual.

 

Thanks.


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trunkmonkey8
What's DOS?
Posts: 1
Registered: ‎03-29-2014
Location: minnesota
Views: 3,323
Message 116 of 122

Re: Yoga 13 Auto Rotate

I read your post and went to the HID Collection sensor tab of the Device Manager and what the hell! Windows had stopped the HIDCS from working saying it was an improper piece of software or something. I attempted to update the driver but it said I have the newest one. I disabled it and then re-enabled it and now it's working. I don't know if we should be mad at Lenovo or Microsoft. Windows 8 sucks or as Steve Jobs would say "It's **bleep**!"

ojejuan
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Registered: ‎04-05-2014
Location: Argentina
Views: 3,273
Message 117 of 122

Re: Yoga 13 Auto Rotate

Hello.  The "HID SENSOR COLLECTION" was disabled in my laptop. This is strange since I didn´t touch anything or did any update recently. The rotation button stop working and reading this forum got this help.

 

In My Case the HID Sensor collection was enabled and the lock button  start working perfectly

 

thanks

 

indest
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Registered: ‎08-14-2011
Location: USA
Views: 3,267
Message 118 of 122

Re: Yoga 13 Auto Rotate


@trunkmonkey8 wrote:

I read your post and went to the HID Collection sensor tab of the Device Manager and what the hell! Windows had stopped the HIDCS from working saying it was an improper piece of software or something. I attempted to update the driver but it said I have the newest one. I disabled it and then re-enabled it and now it's working. I don't know if we should be mad at Lenovo or Microsoft. Windows 8 sucks or as Steve Jobs would say "It's **bleep**!"


 

Win+R> regedit> HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\SystemEventsBroker> Start

 

If the value is 3, change it to 2.

 

Oty
Paper Tape
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Registered: ‎03-15-2015
Location: United Kingdom
Views: 2,046
Message 119 of 122

Re: Yoga 13 Auto Rotate

If you yoga 13 isn't rotationg properly, then put it in tablet mode(convert it) an press the little button on the right bottom        side of the laptopSmiley HappyP1071283.jpg

Deb1
Blue Screen Again
Posts: 1
Registered: ‎05-25-2015
Location: Michigan
Views: 1,857
Message 120 of 122

Re: Yoga 13 Auto Rotate

I fixed the problem (enabled auto-rotate) on my Lenovo Yoga 2 11 by going to Control Panel\Appearance and Personalization\Display\Screen Resolution (or Control Panel - Hardware and Sound - Display - Change Display Settings) and checking the box to "Allow the screen to auto-rotate."  I had unchecked it in the past, and when I wanted to enable it again, I forgot where to do that.

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