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31-Jul-2007, 04:46 PM #1
Kbd Exe
When i restart windows i get this KBD EXE has stop working. What is it and how to fix it , I am running windows vista home prem. thanks
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31-Jul-2007, 05:14 PM #2
a kbd.exe is an HP file - Multimedia keyboard manager, are you using wireless keyboard? I've heard many people had one of those before.
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31-Jul-2007, 05:30 PM #3
If you don't use the "hotkeys" on your keyboard you can just disable kdb.exe from ever starting. Click Start >> Run >> type msconfig and press ENTER. Click the Startup tab. Find KBD.exe and uncheck the box beside it. Click OK and restart your computer. If the problem persists let us know.
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31-Jul-2007, 06:14 PM #4
kbd exe
Yes i have both the keyboard and mouse it just started about a day ago
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kbd exe
I fix the problem i downloaded the update driver from nvidia (162.22) and now every thing is working ok, thanks .
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