NOTE: Before performing any significant repairs, back up your computer's hard drive.
- Right-click on the Start button on the taskbar to see the power user menu. Click Device Manager to launch the same. (Note: that you can also launch Device Manager by typing its name in Start/taskbar search and then pressing Enter key.)
- Once Device Manager is launched, expand Keyboards to see connected keyboards.
- Right-click on the keyboard entry, click Uninstall device option. If you have connected multiple keyboards, you need to disable one by one.
- Click Uninstall button when you see the confirmation dialog. If you are asked to reboot your PC, please click the Yes button to restart your PC and disable the keyboard.