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#1 NOTASTEPPERYET

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Posted 19 March 2012 - 11:48 AM

I'm running Windows 7 Pro 64 bit...and having problems with my computer. I did a complete virus scan with Microsoft Security Essentials and it didn't find anything..I also downloaded and ran SpyBot and it also didn't find anything. Yet my computer is acting strange. If I click on start then restart the computer will start to shut down and a screen pops up saying logging off and then it just hangs there. I have to push the restart button on the tower to get it to restart. I also have a screen saver that is not kicking in and running and the computer will not go into sleep mode. I did a check disc that took a while to run but the screen flashed on and off so quick that I couldn't tell if there was bad sectors on my hard drive or not. Where can I find the information from ckdsk??


This morning when I go up the computer was on with no screen saver running and my desktop had totally changed to windows classic.



Thanks for any help you can give me.
CarinSharon


I am running Win 7 home and my computer is doing same. I also run Ad-aware, Mcafee, and Spybot not one thing was found. I keep getting this SECURITY WARNING: "you have requested an encyted page that contains some unencryted information that you see or enter on this page cuould easily be read by a third party. Why?
2nd question when I use IE 9 and go into yahoo.com I get an script error message "DO YOU WANT TO RUN THIS SCRIPT" I do not understand this at all. Please help me.

Edited by hamluis, 20 March 2012 - 11:18 AM.
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