|Sorry, didn't explain that clearly. |
You do use the keyboard.
Go to the Start button, left click, go up to word Run.
In the box that opens, type "regedit" (without the quotes.)
Go to the word Edit on the word menu at the top.
Go down to the word "Find"
Left click. In the box that opens type in the name of your keyboard that you tried to load the drivers for.
For example, let's say your keyboard is made by a manufactuer called Patterson. Type the word Patterson in the find box and click on find.
When it highlights that word in the list, delete it with the delete key.
If you're not sure what you're doing, find someone to help you.
Editing the registry can damage your computer to the point that iwill not work again.
So be very careful.
If you're not sure what to delete, don't delte it.