I’ve inherited an old PC from my girlfriend’s dad and when setting up the printer I got a bit of a surprise:
Two questions spring to mind here:
- Why does Windows think my wireless keyboard is a toaster?
- Why does Windows even have an icon for a toaster in the devices menu?
Because Microsoft made a toaster driver sample. In the sample there is the line
<DeviceIconFile>Toaster.ico</DeviceIconFile> and there is a chance that your keyboard manufacturer took that sample.
Look at the back of the keyboard for some place to insert a slice of bread…