If Window 11 is Not Detecting Keyboard! How to Fix it?

In some cases, customers complaint the issue of Window 11 not Detecting Keyboard. To fix this issue, you should run the troubleshooter and disable fast startup. In this blog, you will read the method to fix Window 11 not detecting Keyboard. For more assistance, go to office.com/setup.

Method To Fix If Window 11 is Not Detecting Keyboard:

1. Perform Basic Checks:

For this, you should disconnect the keyboard, then clean both USB and the port. After this, you should check for damage to cables. In case, there is no damage then you should reconnect the keyboard. The user should connect it to another port on the system and check the ports are not disabled. If the issue is still there, then check the issue is with the keyboard or system. To check this, you should connect it to another device and then check the issue is solved. If the issue is solved, this means the problem is with computer and not keyboard. But if Windows 11 do not detect the keyboard on both the systems, then just replace the keyboard.

2. Check USB Ports are Disabled:

Sometimes, because of disabled USB ports Windows 11 do not detect the keyboard. At this point, you should check whether USB ports are disabled from BIOS. If you want to enter the BIOS, you should tap on F2 or F12 when the screen lights up if you turn on the system. In the BIOS, you should look for the USB Configuration Setting listed under the Advanced tab and then enable the ports.

3. Run Keyboard Troubleshooter:

For this, you should tap on Windows + I key to launch the Settings app, and then hit on Troubleshoot button which is on the right side in the System tab. Now, tap on Other troubleshooters. Here, you should find the Keyboard troubleshooter and then hit on Run button which is next to it. At last, follow the instructions to finish the troubleshooting method.

4. Disable Fast Startup:

To disable, you should tap on Windows + E key together to launch the File Explorer and then tap on the carat icon which is near to the top-left. Now, you should choose the option of Control Panel from the list in the dropdown menu. Here, you should tap on System and Security from the options. At this point, you should tap on Change what the power buttons do just under the Power Options entry. At this point, you should tap on Change settings which are currently unavailable in order to disable fast startup. At last, you should uncheck the checkbox for Turn on fast startup (Recommended) and then hit on Save changes which is at the bottom.

5. Update Keyboard Driver:

To update, you should right-tap on the Start icon which is in the Taskbar or you should press Windows + X altogether to launch the Quick Access/Power user menu. After this, you should choose Device Manager from the list of options. Here, you should double-tap on the Keyboards entry just to view the various devices which are listed under it. At this point, you should find the problematic keyboard and right-tap on it. Then, you have to choose Update driver from the context menu. At last, choose Search automatically for drivers which is there in the Update Drivers window.

Through this way, the customer can fix the issue of Window 11 not Detecting Keyboard. For detailed information, visit to www.office.com/myaccount.