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HP Spectre x360 Keyboard and Trackpad disabled when turned on its side.

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I have a HP Spectre x360, and whenever I try to put the laptop on its side to watch videos or read on my bed, it turns off the keyboard and trackpad even though the laptop itself is still in 'laptop mode'. It even rotates the screen. When it's on its side, it doesn't say that it is in tablet mode, but it does rotate the screen and only allow touchscreen. How do I make it so that it doesn't turn off the keyboard?

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The only way I've discovered to get around this problem is to go into Device Manager, find "Intel(R) Integrated Sensor Solution" under "System Devices" and disable it. The laptop will no longer know when it is on its side and so will no longer shut off the keyboard and trackpad. Of course you will have to re-enable it if you later do want to use your Spectre as a tablet.

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