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Korean (unknown) keyboard driver


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imneal

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Hello all,
I installed a USB Korean keyboard, and Windows doesn't recognize the driver. The keyboard works fine, but everytime I start up Windows I get the install new hardware wizard pop up. It can't find the keyboard driver and says that the device is not configured properly. The keyboard shows up fine in the device manager. It's just really annoying to have the wizard pop up automatically everytime I start the computer. Is there a way to stop this?
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gerryf

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There is a checkbox in the found hardware wizard in which you can set WIndows not to search for this hardware again...cannot recall if it is on the first page or last page of the wizard
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I know about the checkbox. That's what's funny about it. I check the box to stop searching for the item, and it pops back up everytime I reboot....
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