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Mouse Keyboard Drivers

After updating to Windows 10 many users are getting problem to connect with wireless keyboard and mouse. We have also got request from our reader for Microsoft wireless receiver for the mouse and keyboard.

Here we are some solutions to resolve this issue

Check windows updates for drivers updates and check if all the updates are installed.

Update the Mouse keyboard drivers from Device Manager and check if it helps to resolve the issue.

Follow the steps to update drivers:

  1. Right click in the start button.
  2. Select Device Manager.
  3. Select the driver and then Right click on the driver.
  4. Select Properties and the select the driver tab and click Update driver.
  5. Update Mouse and keyboard drivers.


You can also download latest driver from manufacturer site and install them.

We will regularly update this page for Windows 10 Drivers for Mouse and Keyboard.

One thought to “Mouse Keyboard Drivers”

  1. My tablet comes with Windows 8 and wireless keyboard. It was working properly without
    any problem. The problem arises when my Acer ICONIA W700 was upgraded to Windows 10 online by courtesy from Microsoft and my wireless keyboard was disabled for no
    obvious reason.

    I checked the device manager and the keyboard has been changed to the standard PS/2
    keyboard instead. I would appreciate if you could enlighten me how do I get my wireless
    keyboard connected to my tablet back again.

    Thank you in advance.

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