I am using a Dell Inspiron 4000 laptop with a Pentium III 850mgh processor and a licensed Windows XP. the computer has a built-in synaptics touchpad, but I usually attach it to a PS2 keyboard and a PS2 mouse.
While I was surfing through friendster.com one day, I noticed that my computer started misbehaving. At first, it started closing all the tabs I would open automatically, then all of a sudden, my mouse buttons became unresponsive and when I would press a button this pop-up beside the mouse cursor would show up saying "Massage Time No Sex". After about 2 minutes, the sign disappeared, but so did my PS2 mouse control. The built-in synaptics touchpad still worked though.
After rebooting, the PS2 mouse was still not working although the device manager said that it was working properly...
After about the 3rd boot, the PS2 mouse started working again. However, the mouse would make right clicks on it's own occasionally distracting my typing. This "automatic right clicking" would become more and more frequent until suddenly, my PS2 mouse loses its ability to control the cursor again. The built-in touchpad would still work but the cursor would skew slowly to the left and upwards. Also, at this point, aside from automatically right clicking items on the screen, the left mouse button (on my touchpad) would become the right, and the right mouse button would become unresponsive.
At times, many objects on the Firefox browser screen cannot be clicked even if I keep trying, and thus, I am forced to navigate on the screen using the keyboard. In fact, registration here at bleepingcomputer.com became very complicated because I could not click on the correct buttons in my email account. By waiting for awhile, certain buttons or items on firefox would become "clickable" again, but some other buttons would become unresponsive.
I also noticed that Firefox would become completely unresponsive and would stop while loading a new webpage... It would take far longer than usual. Then when I switch applications using Alt+Tab (because mouse is also unresponsive), the entire Firefox screen would shake similarly to the way YM would look when you buzz someone. After Firefox shakes, it starts to load the webpage again normally, and some functions of the touchpad would work again.
Ive been using Avira Anti-virus Personal edition, which does not detect a virus. Ive also installed Malwarebytes anti-malware, and spybot search and destroy. None of them was able to detect any virus, malware, or spyware.
I am very sure that this is not a hardware problem.
Here is the log of my computer. I hope that you can help me.
Edited by webmiester, 26 December 2008 - 04:13 PM.