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    Thank you. The device manager trick worked.

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    My 'InvenSense Sensor Collection' is under: Device Manager> Sensors> InvenSense Sensor Collection.
    Choose that, choose driver, choose disable, choose enable.

    Bingo!

    Thanks TransformerPaul!
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    the problem for auto rotation is solved but why does the adjust brightness wont work. any advice to fix this issue.

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    back to normal after i turn off the Auto brightness setting in a power option setting. have to reboot before it works. thanks for the tips on a auto rotation issue.

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    hey I made a bat file for a 1 click reset of screen rotation. It uses an exe file downloaded from microsoft. Understandably running am exe requiring admin rights from a forum post is not the best idea, so I am posting a link to the exe from microsoft as well as my version. To run, the bat and exe must be in the same folder. I just keep mine on my desktop.

    microsoft link
    from this cut the devcon.exe from the I386 folder into the folder with the bat file.

    The text from the bat file:

    @echo off
    start devcon disable *INVN6500
    start devcon enable *INVN6500

    [Tinyupload.com link removed as per forum guidelines. Please Private Message this member for the link.]


    If someone uses my already put together version, please comment below that it is safe to save people others some time. Let me know if you found this helpful, enjoy!
    Last edited by Swipe; 01-03-2015 at 08:04 PM. Reason: forum external link guidelines

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    Quote Originally Posted by TransformerPaul View Post
    IT IS A SIMPLE FIX - First trick of troubleshooting:

    Device Manager>InvenSense Sensor Collection>Disable>Enable

    Should work like normal

    Little rotation lock above brightness slider reappears

    thanks so much for this tips. works for me.
    Last edited by dokie80; 09-30-2014 at 09:32 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by synchro_tr0n View Post
    hey I made a bat file for a 1 click reset of screen rotation. It uses an exe file downloaded from microsoft. Understandably running am exe requiring admin rights from a forum post is not the best idea, so I am posting a link to the exe from microsoft as well as my version. To run, the bat and exe must be in the same folder. I just keep mine on my desktop.

    microsoft link
    from this cut the devcon.exe from the I386 folder into the folder with the bat file.

    The text from the bat file:

    @echo off
    start devcon disable *INVN6500
    start devcon enable *INVN6500

    [Tinyupload.com link removed as per forum guidelines-Please Private Message the member for the link. ]

    If someone uses my already put together version, please comment below that it is safe to save people others some time. Let me know if you found this helpful, enjoy!

    thanks for the batch file.. but on my t100, running this script will only disable the driver. I have to run it again to enable the driver.
    so after a search for info about how to delay the "enable" command, I add a line to it:
    ping 1.1.1.1 -n 1 -w 5000 >null

    this will delay 5 seconds after disable command, and then run the enable command
    Last edited by Swipe; 01-03-2015 at 08:07 PM.

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    My solution

    Quote Originally Posted by CATHAY View Post
    Any other ideas? seems a stupid problem and must have a simple fix
    I did something different:

    1- Downloaded G Sensor Invensense from Asus site but didnt install it.
    2- Opened Windows device manager and removed the old driver with the yellow exclamation
    3- Installed the new drive manually searching for the downloaded drivers from asus

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    Quote Originally Posted by TransformerPaul View Post
    IT IS A SIMPLE FIX - First trick of troubleshooting:

    Device Manager>InvenSense Sensor Collection>Disable>Enable

    Should work like normal

    Little rotation lock above brightness slider reappears
    OH MY GOD Thank you so much! This has been driving me crazy for so long, and I couldn't find which device to reset because it's under Sensors not Display. Extra bonus that the rotation lock icon now does appear in the settings.
    Thank you, thank you, thank you.
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    Auto-rotate (yet again)

    First off I'm sitting on a TF100TA-DK026H and as for others the auto-rotate function has stopped. I have naturally tried all the solutions I could find in the solved topic including:
    - Disabling and re-enabling both the "InvenSence Sensor Collection" and "Simple Device Orientation Sensor" drivers.
    - Ticking the "Allow the screen to auto-rotate"-box under Screen Resolution. (this one has a habit of unticking itself)
    - Updating InverSence Sensor Collection drivers.
    - Editing the registry point. (HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\Cur rentVersion\AutoRotation\Enable)
    - Restarting the computer numerous times with and without keyboard dock.

    Apart from the fact that this has not helped solve the problem I have another reason to believe my problem is not the same as in the solved-topic. There, the Charms>Settings>Screen has been replaced with Brightness (something that also happened to me as I disabled the drivers) but for me it still says Screen except the icon for toggling screen rotation is greyed out. (and in locked mode)

    Are there more places where I might have locked this myself or does anyone have any idea as to what might be the problem.

 

 
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