Fixing Problems with HP Keyboard Drivers
Most issues that you might experience with your HP keyboard and its drivers can be resolved by reinstalling the drivers.
There are two ways of doing this, depending on the keyboard. An older keyboard might have its basic drivers included in your operating system. If you’re using the HP keyboard with a Windows computer, go to Start > right-click Computer > Properties > Device Manager and expand Keyboards. Here you should see your HP keyboard listed if the device is a couple of years old.
To reinstall the driver, right-click the keyboard listing and select Uninstall; wait for the process to complete and then select Action > Scan for hardware changes to reinstall the drivers.
A newer keyboard will probably require the original driver disc, or you will need to connect to the Internet for Windows to check with the update servers at Microsoft for a new driver. In this case, rather than select Uninstall, select Update Driver Software… and follow the prompts for downloading and installing new drivers for your keyboard.
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Each of the steps above should resolve whatever problems you are having installing a HP keyboard. If you have any further questions, let us know in the comments below!