Step 1: Open Device Manager
To begin, right-click on the Start menu and select “Device Manager” from the list of options. Alternatively, you can press the Windows key + X and select “Device Manager” from the menu.
Step 2: Locate the Keyboard Driver
In the Device Manager window, locate the “Keyboards” category and click on the arrow to expand it. Right-click on the keyboard driver and select “Uninstall device” from the context menu.
Step 3: Confirm Uninstallation
A pop-up window will appear asking you to confirm the uninstallation of the keyboard driver. Check the box next to “Delete the driver software for this device” and click on “Uninstall”.
Step 4: Restart Your Computer
Once the driver is uninstalled, restart your computer. This will allow Windows 10 to reinstall the keyboard driver automatically.
Step 5: Check for Updates
To ensure that the latest keyboard driver is installed on your computer, it is recommended to check for updates. Open the Device Manager again and locate the keyboard driver. Right-click on it and select “Update driver” from the context menu.
Step 6: Choose Update Method
A window will appear asking you to choose how to search for the driver software. Select “Search automatically for updated driver software” and let Windows 10 search for the latest driver.
Step 7: Install the Driver
If a newer version of the keyboard driver is available, Windows 10 will download and install it automatically. Once the installation is complete, restart your computer for the changes to take effect.
What should I do if Windows 10 fails to reinstall the keyboard driver?
If Windows 10 fails to reinstall the keyboard driver automatically, you can download the latest driver from the manufacturer’s website and install it manually.
Will reinstalling the keyboard driver erase my data?
No, reinstalling the keyboard driver will not erase your data. It only replaces the driver software, which does not affect your personal files or settings.
What should I do if the keyboard driver is not listed in Device Manager?
If the keyboard driver is not listed in Device Manager, try connecting the keyboard to a different USB port or restarting your computer. If the issue persists, the keyboard may be faulty and require replacement.
|Reinstalling the keyboard driver is a simple and effective solution to keyboard issues.||If the keyboard itself is faulty, reinstalling the driver will not fix the problem.|
|Windows 10 automatically reinstalls the keyboard driver after it is uninstalled.||If Windows 10 fails to reinstall the driver automatically, you may need to install it manually.|
|Reinstalling the keyboard driver does not affect your personal files or settings.||If the issue is not related to the keyboard driver, reinstalling it will not fix the problem.|