So, I used to use KB all the time and several years ago I stopped, because for whatever reason I couldn't get it on a new machine (incompatible / unavailable / whatever).
Now, I've been using it for about a month and have had to relearn the entire program. When I finally figured out how to edit my existing macros, rather than to re-record them from scratch, I decided to show the list and delete all of the previous attempts at macros.
After that, KB wouldn't function. It kept telling me macro recorder not found. After several attempts, I think I got the Macro Recorder to install, but it wouldn't do ANYTHING after that.
So I uninstalled and reinstalled one or the other or both several times. I kept deleting all of the old download files to make sure I wasn't trying to install a different level (not compatible with each other).
After several attempts, I decided to go back to a restore point on my computer Then it blue-screened.
I've tried all of the restore options, none of them are working Now, I get to deal with Geek Squad and I absolutely cannot stand them WTF?!
Has anybody else experienced this?
You can download the Macro Recorder from this link -- https://keybreeze.com/download/macro_recorder/. It must be placed in the same directory where Keybreeze.exe is running. Typically this is C:\Program Files (x86)\Keybreeze5. You mentioned that you got it installed but it wouldn't do anything. Were you getting an error message? Did the program open and then immediately close? Or did everything appear to work but it wasn't able to record your mouse clicks and keystrokes?
It sounds like the restore point is what is causing the blue screens. I haven't used System Restore in Windows in a long time, but there are some links online that explain how to undo a system restore point if you want to revert your computer back to the state it was in prior to the system restore. Doing that may fix the blue screens. You can back up your Keybreeze settings by following the instructions at this link -- https://keybreeze.com/forum/post/23 -- if you want to save everything before reverting Windows to a prior state.