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Keyboard And Mouse Acting Up

Hardware & Devices Laptop keyboard acting strange~ Please helpHello, So my keyboard has been fine for years but all of a sudden it started to act strange... You now have a choice. You can probably also install the Boot Antivirus in a USB flash drive instead. And I meant running SFC from the DVD, not from safe boot (safe mode) https://www.winhelp.us/images/windows/repair.w8/w81.startuprepair01.jpg So, pretty much resetting only worked under safe boot.

I have a LG Flatron IPS234V-PN Monitor connected by an HDMI cable. It seems like I got this malware randomly. Register now! The Hiren's Boot CD/USB includes partitioning software,..

Yeah I usually never do automatic unless its trustworthy like Nvidia. try a few to be sure. check the power and data connections as well as the SATA port connection... http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-2647514/computer-acting-weird.html His prey was wealthy female developers.

solved My computer mouse is acting really weird!! Also, when I left-click on the mouse, nothing happens at all much of the time. I'd expect it to be soldered on and hard to replace though. how can i fix this?

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That does nothing. Feb 5, 2015 #10 bazz2004 TS Evangelist Posts: 1,310 +210 I did spot this "OS: Windows 7 Professional (Currently without licence, as I didn't find the key, but I was Keyboard And Mouse Acting Up Disable all of the startup items, click OK, and reboot. With your permission, HP Tech Support will use Windows Remote Assistance, to take control of your computer and fix the issue for you.

The Hiren's Boot CD/USB includes partitioning software,.. this content and even that has to do with MB used. If it's of occasional use, leave it disabled at startup and launch it as needed. This is only necessary for hard to find drivers because you can normally find latest driver updates in the motherboard manufacturer product page and those you can't find there, are included

I think I might need to clear the dust. I factory reset my computer, and the keyboard still is solved keyboard not working properly and system acting weird I spilled soda on my keyboard now my fan is acting weird. Can I assume that because they are on this forum that they are legitimate? weblink it can happen.

Then. If you reformat your operating system and you still get these problems then i would say it is the USB's of the motherboard but i am sure it's not and more Could this mean that clownfish had a virus when I got it, and has now activated itself?

The only other thing I can think of is some exotic malware that your scans haven't uncovered.

Try a Live CD antivirus and/or the Hiren's Boot CD. My backups would be like this:1. By 1990, he had become PC Magazine's technical editor, and a coast-to-coast telecommuter. Would I just wait for a windows update to fix everything after that?

Apple may provide or recommend responses as a possible solution based on the information provided; every potential issue may involve several factors not detailed in the conversations captured in an electronic I probably use a UEFI BIOS, which makes things more complex. Also, the title of the printed pages was Clownfish. http://copyprotecteddvd.net/computer-acting/computer-acting-a-fool.html To restore your programs with this Application Mover, you'd have to previously backup your OS C: partition, creating a clone on a second partition...

Just happened to see your new post while searching through the threads today. I appreciate your help though. After plugging the mouse/keyboard back in, the drivers auto-installed (I guess some plug-n-play action or whatnot). If it’s 64 bit I think you are wasting your time.

AgentLOLMay 17, 2015, 3:16 AM It seems that whenever I install something, a window on the top left for a micro second appears then closes. search in the UEFI for it, or download a motherboard PDF user manual from the mobo manufacturer product page > Support > Downloads.BIOS Power Management Settingshttp://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/bios-beginners,1126-8.html AgentLOLMay 22, 2015, 2:25 AM Second Flash Drive: 16GB-For the program files if I ever decide to want them for some weird reason. 3. Feb 6, 2015 #18 jajohn TS Rookie Topic Starter I will try to plug the mouse into a different socket, but (as I wrote before) I had the problem with this

How to uninstall Windows 7 Service Pack 1 (SP1)http://windows.microsoft.com/uninstallwindows7sp1Learn how to install Windows 7 Service Pack 1 (SP1)http://windows.microsoft.com/installwindows7sp1Antivirus scans duration depends on the amount of files to be scanned and may Seems the firewall is stopped. Update it and install Antivirus;9-Remove Puppy Linux (optional);10-Stop free porn addiction11-PROFIT!!This is, IF you can re-install windows. Run System File Checker See if the issue continues while using a different mouse and keyboard? (Wired) Have you tried reinstalling the drivers?

I hate the DVD noise, they make such a large sound. You replaced the motherboard which was the most likely problem with no improvement which to me brings us back to the keyboard itself and the mouse.