I've gotten myself into a bit of a quandary. I have a Windows 7 x64 computer with USB 3.0 ports. I installed some specialized camera driver software (Point Grey's FlyCapture 2) for use with a high-end USB 3.0 camera.
During installation, there was a option to install a new USB 3.0 driver, with a warning that non-Point Grey devices would no longer work. I (stupidly) ignored this, as I thought my keyboard/mouse were on a different (i.e. non-USB 3.0) interface.
I was wrong. Now when I load Windows, I get to the user log in screen and neither keyboard nor mouse works. (Interestingly, if I turn off my computer without letting Windows shut down properly, I get the text screen asking whether to boot Windows normally or in safe mode -- and in this screen my keyboard works, allowing me to choose which option with the up/down/enter keys.)
So my question is: how do I restore the default USB drivers to get my keyboard/mouse working again?