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Infection or another problem altogether

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#1 jennis


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Posted 03 May 2011 - 09:40 AM

My wireless mouse has been disconnecting. After many times of shutting down and trying to reconnect often times I'm able to get in connected again but it takes several tries. I have disconnected from my tower, changed batteries, ect to no avail. In the meantime I am able to use another wireless mouse that plugs into my tower with a USB drive but the original mouse should be working. I notice that it disconnects around the same time that I run either Ad-Aware or Malwarbytes. Ad-Aware recently did find two trojans on my PC so I'm wondering if that has something to do with the mouse problem? Please advice! Also, there are two programs that run on my start-up menu that seem to be causing problems so I unchecked them to run at start-up. The first is "aruriqurejadan" and the second is "suerero" Both are rundll32.exe. Are all these problems connected?

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