05-26-2012 11:41 AM
Always after Windows reboot, i get the same problem: the wireless keyboard doesn't respond - doesn't matter what key i type, it doesn't work. It must be the fault of USB receiver driver and i even found temporary solution for this problem -> here it is but it's still unsatisfactory.
The main question is: why this happens?
Is it really USB receiver driver fault or maybe the BIOS fault (too old version - mobo Gigabyte version GA-945PL-DS3 rev. 2.0 with BIOS version F4 from 28/05/2007)? Did someone already found "ultimate" solution for this problem?
07-05-2012 12:57 PM
If the keyboard does not work after Windows reboot, you can try the troubleshooting steps below that might solve the issue.
- Try different USB ports on the computer
- Try to refresh the connection between the receiver and the keyboard. To reconnect, turn off the keyboard. Press the reset/connect button on the receiver for a second or two using a paper clip or anything that will fit the pinhole Then turn back on the keyboard.
- Update the Windows HID driver for the keyboard. To update :
- go to Control Panel / System / Device Manager ( Win 7 and Vista )
- Control Panel/ System/ Hardware Tab / Device Manager button ( Win XP )
- look for the Keyboard from the list of categories
- right click on the HID driver and choose update ( automatic update )
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