Recently finished upgrade of Win 10 Home Tablet to Version 1511 and Screen rotation no longer works. I have checked Device Manager and everything is indicating OK with exception of Other Devices and that indicates there is an Unknown Device and no driver installed. I do not think this has anything to do with the problem as I understand the Display adapter controls the rotation. I have checked the Display section in Control Panel and no mention of screen being locked or for that matter unlocked.The Tablet manufacturer is Connect and the Display adapter is Intel(R) HD Graphics with Driver dated 17/08/2015 and Version 10.18.10.4276. This is same as my laptop and it works OK.
Unlike Windows 8.1, the screen on my Yoga 2 Pro doesn't rotate when I turn the device upside down to "tent" mode after installing Windows 10. When swiping right to show the Action Center, the Rotation Lock tile is disabled, as is this setting in the Control Panel.
I have had Win 10 installed and working well until this past week, when the Start button on my keyboard and the on screen icon no longer work. The screen icon will turn dark yellow with either touch or pen, but it does not open. I can right click it and get to that menu, but left click does nothing. Other than resetting Win 10
After latest update I find that Control Panel is no longer working --it starts (displays) and then locks up and then disappears after a few seconds. Is my system broken or is control panel now disabled )get to it via Right mouse from Windows start button).
I've recently downloaded Microsoft's Windows 10 update and ever since i'm having issues with my computer. First, I'm pretty sure the update made my computer crash because 2 days after the update, my OS completely shut down and i lost everything on my drives. I then reformatted it and installed back windows 8.1. However, I can't connect to internet since the crash, even though im connected via Ethernet. It says IPv6 has no internet connection and IPv4 just started to have the same problem. I tried to reset winsock entrie and tcp/ip stacks, but in vain. I also tried set google's open dns address, but no success there either.
I have a HP 15-E092 Laptop. I upgraded the laptop to windows 10 a few months ago and the touch pad and buttons worked fine.
Today I was using the mouse pad perfectly fine. I then went to sleep for abit and when I came back to the laptop, the Mouse pad and left and right click buttons no longer worked. I have checked in device manager and can no longer see the entry for the synaptics pad that was there before.
How can I get this working again, as I prefer to use the pad as I use the laptop alot on the move.
Since the 19th when my computer installed the following updates
Cumulative Update for Windows 10 Version 1511 for x64-based Systems (KB3135173)
Update for Microsoft Visual C++ 2012 Update 4 Redistributable Package (KB3119142)
Security Update for Adobe Flash Player for Windows 10 Version 1511 for x64-based Systems (KB3135782)
it will no longer fully shut down. Having encountered this issue when I first upgraded to 10 I went to turn off hybrid sleep, and the option is currently disabled on the device. However, the only way to fully shut it down is to hold the power button till it shuts off.
Is there any way to fix this? I'd rather not have to unplug everything every time I shut it off just so the lights won't keep me awake.
I have a brand new Dell Inspiron 7348 2 in 1 on Windows 10. I just noticed today that it would not auto rotate and that the option for Rotation Lock in Action Center and in the Display Setting is greyed out. My computer had all the latest updates and I just updated the drivers and the problem still persists. The problem did not occur 12/6/15 so I thought that one of the updates since then had been the cause. I uninstalled them one by one to no avail. On a possibly similar note, when I boot up, airplane mode is automatically enabled and Action Center is in Quiet Hours, even though it doesn't show it. I can resolve those both by clicking their respective icons but thought that it might me related to my current problem with rotation lock.
i have a win tablet 8 inch named model injoo it came with win 8.1 preinstalled and it had the rotation working it was win 8.1 with bing i downloaded win 10 home burnt on usb and did clean install of win 10 was completed fine but ididnot find the rotation button in side menu i had backed up all drivers from win 8.1 before install win 10 and device manager shows every thing is installd so how can ihave rotation working
All of a sudden my XBOX 360 controller has stopped working on my desktop. I will connect it to a port it will blink 2-3 times and then it won't show up on device manager or anywhere. It was working just a few days back. I purchased Project Cars and now am panicked since I don't have money for a wheel and can't drive with keyboard. I thought maybe it was the controller itself, but it works fine on laptop-lights up in middle and can use it with emulator. Here is my desktop specs.
GB z77x-d3h mb 3770k at 4.3 GTX 960 2 GB Windows 10 pro 64 bit with latest build 16 GB RAM,
Here is what I have done so far. Tried multiple USB ports on back of computer. No luck. Does same thing with all of them Tried to use device manager and scan for hardware changes-no luck there. Tried downloading XBox 360 controller accessories from MS. No luck there
After doing a repair via SFC /scannow I noticed that the shutdown screen no longer displays during shutdown. The Shutting down splash screen displays, then the monitor goes dark. The screen that shows the processes that are hanging with the option to force shutdown no longer displays.
Is there a registry or other setting that will fix this?
I also made some registry changes (after the above) suggested by a magazine but they don't seem to be working. For example, to enable jump lists in the start menu, it said to add a DWORD called EnableXamlJumpView with a value of 1. I did this but no Jump lists.
I've got a little (really little) problem with my surface pro 3.
I don't have the option 'screen rotation" in my action center any more... It's not a big deal because I can still use that function by using the shortcut windows + 0 but it's missing and sometimes annoying to go plug the keyboard just to use that function...
I guess I should be able to turn it back on by changing something in the regedit...
My computer has a mind of its own apparently. I can no longer view my regular desktop. All I get is the full start screen with all the stupid tiles on it. I have tried changing my settings, restarting, shutting down and rebooting, nothing is working. When I click the windows logo all I get is that same full start screen. Am I missing something? All I want is for it to show me my regular, normal desktop. Not these tiles!
Have the above laptop and when trying to upgrade from Windows 10 I get the dreaded black screen problem.I get to 85% after I few reboots and it hangs at that point. No cursor on screen,clt alt del not working nothing,just blank screen no hdd movement. I tried plugging laptop into TV by hdmi still no screen. Power of laptop and previous version of windows reinstalled.
I have searched all the posts about screen savers not working - it seems the only ones solved had to do with game devices interfering. I have W10 preinstalled on a new desktop computer and no gaming devices. When I go to the screen saver settings, it is always set at turning on after 1 minute, but it never does. If I put it at another time and keep the computer on, the screen saver works, but as others have found, if I shut down the computer, I'm back at no screen saver again. MS must have a fix for this since others have found this too.
I get to the login screen that says "Hi there, welcome back!", and when I press the "Next" button the login screen takes a long time and I get a loading cursor. If I press anything after that, the computer restarts itself and the problem begins again. Due to this, I can't even access my computer.