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#1 TJ13820

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Posted 25 April 2010 - 11:44 AM

I have a computer running Windows XP SP3 that has issues with malware.

The first issue:
Upon touching ANY key on either a USB or PS2 keyboard it locks both the keyboard and mouse. I have tried uninstalling drivers and installing new ones, but to no avail.

Second:
Internet Explorer reports: "The requested lookup key was not found in any active activation context."

Third:
msfeedssync.exe - "The instruction at "0x7e4195c8" referenced memory at "0x000000048". The memory could not be "read".
This computer should not have msfeedssync with IE6, as feeds weren't introduced until IE7...

I have done the following:
sfc /scannow
malwarebytes antimalware full scan (nothing found)
removed a botched mcaffee uninstall with the mcaffee cleaner

Currently the computer still has a botched norton 360 install which needs removed and is running Avast!

I am at a loss as to what to do to get this keyboard working!

Edited by Pandy, 25 April 2010 - 12:04 PM.
Moved from Virus, Trojan, Spyware, and Malware Removal Logs to a more appropriate forum as no logs are included. ~Pandy


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