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Not all screens are interchangeable even same Make and Models can have problems. What is the make of the screen tablet you used to replace on your broken one? It may have some issues with size or your tablet may have been damage when you cracked the orginal screen.
Try if you dare flipping it 180 degrees around to see if it fixes the issue.
I fixed this triple screen issue by opening the unit (2 screws, then slide fingernail around the edge), then reseat the video connector (it's the largest connector), flip up the locking tab, then reseat the connector & flip the tab back down. Test it, then close it up.
I fixed this triple screen issue by opening the unit (slide fingernail around the edge), then reseat the video connector, it's the largest connector, flip up the locking tab, then reseat the connector & flip the tab back down. Test it, then close it up.
The tablet buttons can be disabled to stop your screen from rotating. Go to Control Panel > Tablet and Pen Settings > Tablet Buttons > select the rotate button and click change > select "None" on the drop down menu.
Remove battery then remove trangular black tabs (2) at the top of the screen. Then remove square silver tabs (4) at the bottom of the flip top. This can be accomplished with either a push pin or sharp knife just get under one corner and peel off. They are just thin pieces of plastic with and adhesive backing. Remove the screws underneath ( 6 in all) with a small screwdriver. Run your fingernail around the entire outside edge of the flip top to pop off the plastic front with screen. Wipe off LCD and inside of the screen with a soft damp cloth; do not spray anything directly on to the LCD. Reverse the above steps and if you were careful you can just reattach the plastic tabs over the screws.
Clear view again!!!
I had the same problem and no help from HP Tech support. They had system for week and climed that nothing wrong. When I got it back from HP and it still rotates constantly with no reason. Then I deside to replace laptop keyboard and to my surprise this took a care of BIG problem. No screen rotation I have ever experienced.
By replacin dirty or defective keyboard I solved this problem.