qmk_install.shscript will have already installed the drivers for you.
RESETkeycode (which may be on a different layer), or by pressing the reset switch that's usually located on the underside of the board. If your keyboard has neither, try holding Escape or Space+
Bas you plug it in (see the Bootmagic Lite docs for more details). Some boards use Command instead of Bootmagic; in this case, you can enter bootloader mode by hitting Left Shift+Right Shift+
Bor Left Shift+Right Shift+Escape at any point while the keyboard is plugged in. Some keyboards may have specific instructions for entering the bootloader. For example, the Bootmagic Lite key (default: Escape) might be on a different key, e.g. Left Control; or the magic combination for Command (default: Left Shift+Right Shift) might require you to hold something else, e.g. Left Control+Right Control. Refer to the board's README file if you are unsure.
RESETbutton while holding down the
BOOTbutton. Alternatively, hold
BOOTwhile inserting the USB cable.
HidUsbdriver, your keyboard is probably not in bootloader mode. The arrow will be colored orange and you will be asked to confirm modifying a system driver. Do not proceed if this is the case!
HidUsbdriver installed on all of its interfaces:
HidUsbdriver. If so, you're all done, and your board should be functional again! Otherwise, repeat this process until Zadig reports the correct driver.
Inf namevalue in the Details tab of the device properties. This should generally be something like
cmdinto the Start menu and press Ctrl+Shift+Enter). Run
pnputil /enum-driversto verify the
Inf namematches the
Published Namefield of one of the entries:
pnputil /delete-driver oemXX.inf /uninstall. This will delete the driver and remove it from any devices using it. Note that this will not uninstall the device itself.
/enum-drivers, and omit the
/uninstallflag when running