Every time that I start my computer, the "Found New Hardware" bubble pops ups explaining that it has found my "Dell Enhanced PS2 Queit Touch Keyboard". It then begins to automatically search for a driver and comes up with a "File Needed" box proclaiming that it can't find "Netropa Softaware, Nhksrv.exe". It then asks me to browse for the file myself. Seeing that the keyboard is found yet uninstalable everytime I start the computer, my start up slows significantly.
The problem is that I don't have a Dell Keyboard anymore. This started happening when I changed my keyboard to a LEXON MK-1001 Korean keyboard. The keyboard works great without a Nhksrv.exe.
To get rid of the problem I have tried to reinstall Dell keyboard drivers, or updating the drivers. The keyboard shows up in my system properties as "Unknown" and working properly.
Is there anyway I can stop my computer for looking for the Del Enhanced Keyboard at startup?
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