It's pretty simple. Boot safe mode and head to the device manager to uninstall/remove the keyboard. Windows will reinstall it on the next boot.
Grif notes more scans at 7726-6132_102-5098912.html?tag=posts;msg5099421
I'm using an on screen keyboard to type. Ihad a weird .exe file running in processes after using google and I couldn't end it. My computer was slow and it seemed like another google re-direct virus. I tried running virus scanners, but they would shut down or wouldn't open. I ran combofix, but lost internet connection while doing so. My screen was frozen when my connection came back. I had to shut down. I tried to run it a couple more times but it froze. After a few reboots to safe and regular modes and trying to run virus scanners, I noticed my keyboard doesn't respond. I managed to reinstall malwarebytes and get ridof viruses but my keyboard still doesn't work.