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I would appreciate some help ge
05-12-2007, 04:26 AM
I would appreciate some help getting my M7 screen rotation right.
I have the M7 connected to a dock, and when I shift it around and put it into tablet mode, the screen stays the same rotation, no change.
I am now looking at an upside down screen on my desk.
What should I do?
05-13-2007, 01:24 AM
I put it into tablet mode and the screen orientation stays the same.
I tried configuring in the Tablet and Pen Settings, but no luck.
What could be the problem.
Some utility I need to uninstall and install?
Also some of the Tablet buttons are also not working.
Only the Toshiba Assist one is working.
What's going on?
05-14-2007, 12:01 AM
My M400 stopped auto-rotating, and it was a setting in the Intel Display Driver. Not sure if the M7 has something similar...
05-22-2007, 01:38 AM
I forgot to mention that I'm using an external monitor, a Samsung, using the DVI input.
I'm uploading a screen shot of the dialog window of the
NVIDIA Quadro NVS 110M.
It has extensive features.
I've taken a couple hikes through it's various and sundry menus. I may have missed something because it's quite extensive and I'm no expert.
I tried also using "Change Tablet and Pen Settings" in the system tray, "Change Screen Orientation", and that flips the image on my Samsung external monitor upside down, because I have that as the default main monitor. However, the screen on my M7 stays right side up.
I tap with the stylus on the M7 and the activity triggers input on the active window on the main monitor.
Could you suggest how to tune things up a bit?
Thanks very much.
05-22-2007, 01:40 AM
I don't see the .jpg file that I tried to upload. Not sure if it worked or not.
This was the first time I tried to attach a file on a forum.
05-22-2007, 11:54 AM
Another thing that is driving me nuts is that when I am using Mind Manager and I hit 'control d', a screen pops up "Individual Application Settings" for NVIDIA.
I need control d to navigate in Mind Manager.
Please tell me how to disarm control d for "Individual Application Settings".
Thanks very much.
Maybe this should go on a thread called NVIDIA madness?
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