This article will show you how to reinstall your keyboard drivers in Windows 7. This can be used when your keyboard is having issues.NOTE: Windows 7 is no longer supported by Microsoft or Micro Center as the operating system has reached its end of life, this guide is available for those still looking for assistance with Windows 7. Further troubleshooting outside of this guide for Windows 7 is not available from Micro Center.Here is how to do this:1. Click on the Start button. Click inside the white search box that says Search programs and files (also has a magnifying glass in the box) above the Start button and type the word device in it.2. In the list that appears above, click one time on Device Manager. 3. the Device Manager window opens up, click one time on the arrow next to the Keyboard(s) option. 4. In the drop-down list, right-click on the device you want to uninstall. 5. When the box pops up, select Uninstall. 6. On the next screen, leave the Delete the driver software for this device checkbox empty (if this option shows) and then click OK. 7. If completed correctly, the device(s) should be gone from the list.8. Next, restart your computer and Windows 7 will automatically reinstall the drivers again.