Laptop keyboard not working on Windows 10, how to fix it? Solution 1 – Uninstall Synaptics driver. Windows 10 has some issues with older drivers. This package supports the following driver models:Toshiba HwSetup driver. Source - 10.38MB - Windows - Drivers - Windows NT/2000/XP/2003. Terminal Server Keyboard Driver. Source - Not Available - Windows - Drivers - Windows 98/NT/2000/XP/2003/NT 4.
I upgraded to Windows 10 yesterday and my keyboard stopped working. I have a Toshiba Satellite laptop and the keyboard is built in to the laptop so I can't just unplug the keyboard and plug it back in, it's not a wired device. Yesterday the keyboard was partially functional. Some of the keys were not functioning but others were. I checked my drivers and it said my keyboard was installed and already up-to-date. I thought maybe Windows released an update that would fix the issue so I ran Windows Update, installed the updates and shut down my laptop, then went to bed. Today, I started my laptop and the keyboard was completely non-functional.
No keys are responsive at all. I checked my drivers again and this time my keyboard drivers have a warning symbol next to them and it tells me Windows could not load the drivers because they are missing or corrupt.
I looked on Toshiba's website to see if I could download and reinstall the drivers but I couldn't find the drivers I was looking for. I've included pictures of the drivers' statuses in my Device Manager. Sharp Mx B402sc Driver Windows 10 more.
I'd really like this resolved because using the on-screen keyboard is a pain. Downloading the Toshiba Function Key and running it worked for me too. I had previously upgraded my Satellite C675-S7200 to Windows 10 and the keyboard was not working (I had to keep FN pressed to make the other keys work).