03-31-2014 07:35 PM
I have accidently deleted the screen rotation program in my Yoga 2 Pro. Does anybody know what program it is and how to reinstall?
Thanks for your help in advance guys.
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03-31-2014 08:56 PM
Before doing so, does the keyboard work when in tablet mode?
This info could help another user who just asked how to enable the keyboard in tablet mode.
03-31-2014 10:49 PM
After downloading a few additional programs I uninstalled a few funny sounding ones that came with these downloads. I cant remember all the names but I think one of these must be responsible for the screen rotation, not sure so however.
I do not know and cant find DPTF, also do not know how to get into BIOS and check.
Lenovo Solution Center, which I have downloaded, is showing that following 3 drivers are disabled:
HDD Sensor Collection
UMDF HD minidriver Device
Going into the Device Manager I can only see the "Disable" command but no "Enabling" for above 3 drivers.
04-01-2014 06:15 AM
Turn off your computer and then press the small button (the OKR button) towards the left of the power button. This will then give you 4 boot options. Select BIOS.
Also, you might want to try installing yoga picks to fix the last error.
BTW, be sure you did not accidently hit the rotation lock button on the side of the computer.
04-01-2014 08:56 AM
Just went into BIOS and checked DPTF, which was enabled.
Also tried to find out where to download Yoga Picks but to no avail. Do you know in which software package they are integrated for downloading?
It is not the Rotation Lock Button which was the first thing I checked after noticing the problem.
Do you know in which software component this auto rotation program is built in?
Thank you very much for your help so far.
04-01-2014 11:52 AM
To my understanding, you need to fix the GPIO Laptop or Slate Indicator Drive. Tell me what you see in device manager with regards to this driver. My computer has a driver version of 6.3.9600.16384. Worst comes to worst, uninstall the driver and reboot the computer. If reboot does not detec the hardware, right click on HID and click "scan for hardware changes".