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HP keyboard KB 9970

Got this from work and plugged it in and was working fine. Relocated the computer and now it isn't recognizing any keyboard at all. Anybody know about a driver for this device???? I already checked HP site for support/downloads.

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Is it USB or Standard connection. If it is USB then you may not have plugged it into the same USB port you had first plugged it into. Sometimes just plugging it into a different port can cause a problem. Try turning off the computer and then plugging it into a different USB port and then re-boot the computer and see what happens. If your operating system is winows xp or higher the operating system should be able to install a standard keyboard driver to use.

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