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Driver for Microsoft Microsoft Hardware USB Keyboard - downloading and installing it


Microsoft Hardware USB Keyboard is a USB human interface device class hardware device. The Windows version of this driver was developed by Microsoft. The hardware id of this driver is USB/VID_045E&PID_009E&MI_00.

1. How to manually install Microsoft Microsoft Hardware USB Keyboard driver


  1. Download the setup file for Microsoft Microsoft Hardware USB Keyboard driver from the link below. This is the download link for the driver version 9.4.156.0 dated 2013-04-12.
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  3. Start the driver setup file from a Windows account with the highest privileges (rights). If your User Access Control Service (UAC) is enabled then you will have to confirm the installation of the driver and run the setup with administrative rights.
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  5. Go through the driver installation wizard, which should be quite easy to follow. The driver installation wizard will scan your PC for compatible devices and will install the driver.
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  7. Restart your PC and enjoy the fresh driver, it is as simple as that.
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This driver was not digitally signed.
The file size of this driver is 247315 bytes (241.52 KB)
This driver was rated with an average of 3.8 stars by 72186 users.
This driver will work for the following versions of Windows:

  • This driver works on Windows 7 (6.1) 32 bits



2. How to install Microsoft Microsoft Hardware USB Keyboard driver using DriverMax


The advantage of using DriverMax is that it will install the driver for you in just a few seconds and it will keep each driver up to date, not just this one. How easy can you install a driver with DriverMax? Let's follow a few steps!

  1. Open DriverMax and push on the yellow button that says ~SCAN FOR DRIVER UPDATES NOW~. Wait for DriverMax to analyze each driver on your computer.
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  3. Take a look at the list of detected driver updates. Scroll the list down until you find the Microsoft Microsoft Hardware USB Keyboard driver. Click the Update button.
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  5. That's it, you installed your first driver!
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