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#1 RADIUM-V Interactive

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Posted 03 December 2007 - 10:55 PM

I got an unusual stop a few minutes ago. Everything was running fine, then I popped in Bioshock and it crashed when the game started. I assumed it was something to do with my graphics cards, but the Microsoft Windows Error Report said:

Problem caused by BTC Keyboard: consider upgrading

The problem was caused by BTC Keyboard. BTC Keyboard was created by BTC. This product is no longer supported by the manufacturer."

A newer version of BTC Keyboard is available for purchase from BTC.

For more information about how to purchase the latest version of BTC Keyboard, go online to the BTC website.

If you do not want to install the latest version of this product, you might continue to receive problem reports like this one. We recommend that you remove BTC Keyboard to increase the stability of your computer.

What the heck is a BTC keyboard? I have an HP multimedia keyboard (P2359AA) and it's the only keyboard I've had for this computer, which I built about a year ago, and I never received anything like that. The keyboard has software to run the hotkeys, and I've never had a problem with it. What should I be looking for?

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Posted 04 December 2007 - 10:39 AM

Remove the keyboard in Device Manager and reboot and let Windows redetect it and see if that helps
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