Wow... what can I say..
You didn't get any sound? When you open the sound manager in your control panel, under playback you will find your audio devices listed, can check te properties and configure them. The Virus should be listed there, preferably (for the moment) as the only one and be set as default. Opening a simple MP3 should play through the Virus now.
If not, make sure Focusrite and keyboard are disconnected, uninstall your Virus software.
press windows key and R (the run prompt will open)
Paste "set devmgr_show_nonpresent_devices=1" without the quotes and hit enter.
Now go to your device manager (in control panel) open it, in the top menu look for "view" open and select "show hidden devices".
Now you can see all drivers in your system, connected or not.
This will enable you to do two things. Look for duplicate drivers from the Virus and you can uninstall them on the spot. Second, check your system for other drivers that are obsolete or are not supposed to be present.
If you find other duplicate drivers ( hardware connected through USB!) you can decide to uninstall them as well. When there's need you can always re-install.
When you think all is well. No other audio devices are present. Re-install the Virus software and set to default audio device. Use Sound manager again to check and configure. All SHOULD be well..
BTW: Do not turn on your Virus (connected to USB) until you are asked to do so, during installation. Most USB hardware installation work that way and sometimes fail because people first connect the gear and then install the software. It seems so easy that one doesn't read the manual before installing drivers. Nevertheless it is better to do so. It is all programmed in sequence, you change the sequence chances are it will not work properly. General observation only, not specifically directed to you (except for the first sentence of course).
Keep my fingers crossed.