Fix Keyboard Not Typing problem in Windows 10 PC

You can use a computer without a mouse but without a keyboard using a computer is not an easy thing to do. So, it is very crucial to solve non-working keyboard if your keyboard stops working. There are many reasons for the keyboard not working. Try these following solutions to make your keyboard work again.

Workarounds: – Sometime restarting PC fixes this issue. You can try restarting PC to see if keyboard works.  If you are using A Desktop PC, then try to attach keyboard to another USB port.

Solution 1 – Disable Filter Keys

1. Click on start button and then Gear type icon to Open settings.

Settings Default

2. Now, Choose Ease Of access.


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3. Now, Click on Keyboard from the left Menu.

4. Now, Make sure that Filter Keys is Turned OFF.


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Solution 2 – Let Windows Reinstall The Best Driver for you

1. Right click on start button and click on device manager.

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2. Now, Once the Device manager Opens Up, Locate Keyboards.

3. Double Click on Keyboards to expand it.

4. Right Click on your Keyboard Driver and then Choose Uninstall Device.


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5. Now, Reboot Your PC after reinstalling the driver.

Windows will automatically reinstall the best Keyboard driver and Your Problem will get fixed

Solution 3 – Plug to the other port and check connections

Sometimes loose connection also results not working of hardware. It is widely known that USB ports loosen with time and give connection errors often. So it is possible that your connection is not proper or your USB port has stopped working. To make sure, plug your keyboard in any other port if available or try the next method.


Solution 4 – Try it on other PC

If the keyboard itself is broken or internally damaged then it may be possible that it not working. Go on and plug that keyboard on any other computer and check that it is working there or not. If not working then the issue is with keyboard and you have to replace that keyboard with any other keyboard.

Solution 5 – Check Batteries and wireless adapter

If you have a wireless keyboard then it is possible that your batteries have no power left or maybe your wireless adapter is blocked by something. Try to change your keyboard batteries and check that keyboard works or not. Also, check that wireless adapter of the keyboard is not blocked by something or keyboard is not too far from the adapter.