How To fixed Computer Keyboard error
Make sure that your keyboard is properly connected to the computer system. Ensure the keyboard’s plug is plugged into a USB port. A keyboards error will occur if the keyboard is not attached to the computer or if it is loosely plugged into a USB port. If this is the case, the keyboard will not be recognized and rendered useless.
Press the “F8” button repeatedly as the computer boots up. This will take you to a menu in which “Reboot” is one of the options. Select the “Reboot” option. Rebooting your computer should clear up errors in the computer system that might cause your keyboards to lock out.
Click the desktop’s “Start” button. Right-click the “My Computer” icon and click “Properties.” Click the “Hardware” tab and click the “Device Manager” button. Scroll through the “Device Manager” list and right-click on “Keyboards.” Click “Properties,” then click the “Driver” button. If the keyboards is classified “Disabled,” click the “Enable” button to activate it. If this does not help, click “Roll Back Driver” to revert your keyboards driver to its last working state. Rolling back the driver should rectify keyboards errors.