Updating ps2 driver
Or y'know, use Safe Mode, but I'm not too familiar with that personally. I didn't have to do use the automatic hide updates utility. By the time I get the troubleshooter to run, I am already getting a popup saying the Asus recommended drivers have been installed and I need to restart. I have disabled anything from startup that I think isn't important but still can't beat the installation message. Have you guys tried to uninstall the drivers and not restart, but run the troubleshooter immediately after? And if that doesn't do it, you could of course disconnect your laptop from the internet to prevent Windows from checking for updates (of course you'll need to be connected when running the troubleshooter).
Some come across the keyboard problem when they try to log in the desktop with the passwords.
If Windows still does not recognize your Keyboard, your Keyboard Driver might be missing, corrupted or need to be updated.
To check, open Device Manager (you may be asked for an admin password).
Besides, you can also use the touch screen or a Bluetooth/USB/Wireless keyboard.
See Also: Fix Mouse and Keyboard Not Working on Windows 10Now, let’s begin.