Windows 10: Do I have the right keyboard identified? correct driver?

  1.    16 Aug 2015 #1

    Do I have the right keyboard identified? correct driver?

    Hi Everyone - I have some keyboard issues, specifically the HotKey's no longer work so I went to my device manager and saw that it lists my keyboard as a "Llenovo Thinkpad PS/2 Keyboard" for my Sony Vaio Laptop, Model # SVT13118FXS.

    Im almost positive this is not the keyboard I had prior to the upgrade and pulling the Hardware ID gave me nothing I understood. I have been all over the Sony site and I can't find the answer.

    How can I be certain the correct keyboard is listed? If its not a Lenovo - this would explain why their hotkey update did not work.

    How can I be certain i have the correct keyboard so I can go find the driver to restore the hotkeys?

    Here is all I get from the specs:

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    Last edited by SIMMERDOWN; 16 Aug 2015 at 18:02. Reason: screenshot addition
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