Have recently upgraded to Windows 10 and now finding keyboard not working??
Well that’s obviously unfortunate, but my friend here I wanna tell you that you’re alone. Many other Windows 10 users have been notified reporting the same issue, especially after installing the KB4074588 update since February, 13, 2018.
Now despite the fact that problem is serious, fortunately there’s a solution to it.
Here we’ve briefed 4 options for you to try.
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Here below 4 solutions have been discussed for you to fix the Keyboard not working Windows 10 issues. You’re require to do nothing much, but just work your way down the list until find the one that fixes the issue.
Sometimes it just happens a USB port stop working at time when you upgrade to a new version of Windows. This problem usually occurs due to a drive issue. Thus, you should always check for this problem first.
You can do this easily.
Just simply unplug the keyboard from the USB port and then plug in another USB device – such as a mouse or an external hard-drive. In case if that device doesn’t work, it clearly mean that your USB port is having issue and the keyboard not. In this situation skip directly to the method 4. However if the device you just plugged in does work normally, then move to the method 2.
Windows has a setting, namely Filter Keys that allows you to control how it handles accidental repeated keystrokes. This setting onto being mistakenly turned on leads to stoppage of some keyboards working in Windows 10.
In this situation you should check the Filter Keys that whether its off or on. In case of finding it On, you should turn it off and see if this resolves the issue.
To check the status on the Filter Key, you can go for the set forth steps:
If your keyboard driver has developed a fault, then chances are high that your keyboard might has stopped working. To fix this, go for the below mentioned steps:
One of the most common causes of an unresponsive keyboard is an outdated keyboard driver. So its important for you to update it on regular basis. Here tips have been mentioned on how to update your keyboard driver manually. Have a quick glance:
So, this was all about how to fix ‘Keyboard Stopped Working After Upgrading to Windows 10’.
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