[How to fix] Keyboard Not Working on Windows 10

[How to fix] Keyboard Not Working on Windows 10

Assuming that when you are typing text, suddenly the keyboard on your Windows 10 computer does not work, not typing words, typing but showing the menu. Despite all the ways, you seem powerless. Then you can apply some solutions below to fix keyboard errors on Windows 10 offline.

1. Update the keyboard driver

Step 1:

To update the keyboard driver by using the on-screen keyboard, first step is to right-click the Start button in the bottom left corner and then click Run.

Step 2:

At this point, the Run command is displayed, where you enter devmgmt.msc using the virtual keyboard and click OK.

Step 3:

The Device Manager window appears. Here you find an option called Keyboards and expand the Keyboards by clicking on the down arrow. Right-click the keyboard that you use, select the Update Driver Software option.

Step 4:

If the driver is ready to install, you can find and select or if it is not available, you can ask Windows to find your driver by clicking the option Search automatically for updated driver software.

Step 5:

Alternatively, click the Action tab, and from the dropdown menu, select the option Scan for hardware changes.

2. Edit the keyboard settings

Step 1:

First, click the Settings icon on the Start Menu to open the Settings application.

Step 2:

In the Settings window, click the Ease of Access option.

Step 3:

Next, find and select the Keyboard option in the left pane of the Ease of Access window.

In the right pane, find the option called Filter Keys. Next to switch the Ignore or slow down button or repeat the keystrokes and adjust the keyboard repeat rates to ON.

Step 4:

Now scroll down to the Filter Keys and switch to the option state.

Note:

Also you can use the virtual keyboard to use until the error is fixed.

3. Try shortcuts

Some users say that they press the Windows + Space key combination (keyboard shortcut) to see the situation is improved, you can try to see why.

In addition, another shortcut, Shift + Esc (or a key with a lock icon on the keyboard) is also considered to work in this case. You try it offline.

If the keyboard is still recognized by the computer, but not typed, especially when it comes to the laptop, for example, you press the letter a but it opens a menu, not the letter a, then think of school Key is stuck. Use your hand and drag a series of keys from one end to the other, turn to the end of the keys and try again.

4. How to use virtual keyboard on Windows 10?

Step 1:

On Windows 10, navigate to Settings => Ease of Access => Keyboard.

Next in the right pane, switch the Turns on the On-Screen Keyboard state to ON.

Step 2:

The virtual keyboard is now open and you can use it as a regular keyboard.