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Run the troubleshooter. When it's done, it's best practice to restart your device. Then check for new updates. Go to Start > Settings > Update & Security > Windows Update.Select Check for updates and install any available updates.; If the problems aren't all resolved, try running the troubleshooter again to check for additoional errors.
Run the Windows Update troubleshooter. Here's how: Download the Windows Update Troubleshooter, and then select O pen or Save in the pop-up window. Notes. If the pop-up doesn’t come up, you might have a pop-up blocker on. If you’re using Microsoft Edge, instructions for disabling the pop-up blocker are here.
This troubleshooter might be in English only. However, the automatic fix also works for versions of Windows in other languages. If you’re not on the computer that has the problem, save the troubleshooter to a flash drive or a CD, and then run it on the computer that has the problem.
If running the troubleshooter doesn’t help, go to Solution 6. Solution 6: Restore Surface If you're still having problems with auto-rotation, try restoring your Surface.Restoring your Surface is a way to undo recent system changes that may be causing problems.
If that doesn't work, we recommend running a Windows troubleshooter for the type of issue you are having. Windows 10: Select the Start button, then select Settings > Update & Security , and then select Troubleshoot. Look through the list for the troubleshooter that addresses your issue. Windows 8.1: From Start, search for Settings.