12-07-2019 04:28 PM
As said in title, I would like to be disable the autorotation feature. In normal desktop mode, the option in the settings is grayed out and it says that screenlock is enabled. But when I turn my laptop 90 degrees (or more) it autorotates.
(It is the one that says "Rotasjonslås")
Things that I have tried:
- The telt method, by folding the screen back and turning it upside down, it "autorotetes" and unlocks the autorotation lock setting. The problem with this method is that it also locks my mouse and keyboard
- regedit, in regedit it says autorotation is already disabled (in this path "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\AutoRotation")
- Setting display to portrait mode, the option for portrait mode does not exist in my system settings
While I know this is supposed to be a "feature", I would like to be able to disable or enable it on will.
12-10-2019 03:14 PM
@Kei_ Welcome to HP Community!
I understand that you are unable to disable the auto screen lock.
As you have tried the possible troubleshooting steps it has not resolved.
I would suggest you to perform the system restore.
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