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Windows 7 asks for USB keyboad driver every time it starts
I have HAVIT usb keyboad that causes problems. Every time I start up my computer Windows 7 searches for keyboard drivers. It is an annoying procedure that ends in failure most of the time. At the end of search a message appears down in the tray that windows hasn't found a right driver for my keyboard. It also says that the device (keyboard) won't function properly.
I have tried to solve my problem by changing the usb port of my keyboard, but most of the time I get an identical result (failure). Once I have tried to change the port three or four times, it might happen that windows finds an adequate keyboard driver. The problem is that I have to repeat the procedure every time windows starts.
Any suggestion? Help me if you can, please.
Thanks in advance,
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