This step-by-step guide shows you how to manually remove the Pluralinput Driver. You are only required to use this guide if the automatic removal via the DeviceSetup failed.

Step 1

Open the Windows Device Manager

  • Hold down the Windows Logo Key and hit the R-key. This will open the Run-dialog:
  • Now type devmgmt.msc into the text area and click “OK”
  • If a UAC dialog pops up, click continue
  • You should see the Windows Device Manager window:

Step 2

Remove the driver:

  • Expand the Mice and other pointing devices and the Keyboards categories to see the attached mice and keyboards.
  • (Optionally) If one of your input devices is currently unusable, locate the Other devices category and expand it as well:
  • To determine whether an Unknown device used to be a Pluralinput device, right-click on the item and select Properties:
  • This should open a dialog similiar to the following:
  • If the Manufacturer is stated as Pluralinput, then it is indeed a malfunctioning Pluralinput device and you should remove its driver.
  • In the Device Properties dialog, click on the Driver tab:
  • Click the Uninstall button and make sure to check the Delete the driver software for this device box

Step 3

Reset the device to the default driver:

  • Click on the Scan for harware changes button:
  • This should reset the device from which you previously removed the Pluralinput driver.