I run Windows XP Pro SP3.
I use a Belkin Muntimedia Keyboard on my system. I had cause to uninstall the same. However upon trying the re-install from the CD I get the message:-
Setup.EXE has encountered a problem and needs to close:
I cannot install the driver from the CD. However a check in the registry has revealed that there are several instances of Multimedia keyboard therein in a folder namely, K08 Keyboard. on opening the same I found inter alia KBDAp32A.exe. I presume that in order to be able to re-install I must remove all instances from the registry. There is no entry for the keyboard in the Task Manager or in the Control Panel.
I am thankful for any directives guiding me as to how to remove the entries in the registry. I am not knowledgable about the registry. I have only searched the same and found the entries. I would like to know whether I should just delete the folder K08 Keyboard which contains the entries or proceed in a manner you may deem fitting.
NB. I previously posted in the "All Other Apps forum" and believe that was the wrong forum so I have posted here. If I was wrong in so doing my sincere apologies are hereby extended, and I so do apologise.
EDIT: I removed post in All Other Apps, thanks ~ Hamluis.
Edited by hamluis, 25 April 2011 - 12:48 PM.
Moved from XP to External Hardware.