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Laptop Keyboard Problem

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#1 GDinerman


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Posted 15 June 2012 - 02:18 PM

My moms computer had a http://www.searchnu.com/406 virus that I removed yesterday along with other trojan virus. I am now able to set Yahoo as a homepage again and the new virus scan does not show any new viruses. The problem is that now she tries to go online to sites like Ancestory.com or MyLife and her keyboard can not type in the information that she wants to search for. The keyboard is making a different noise then it ever did before and it will not type anything. Can some help me?

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#2 rotor123


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Posted 15 June 2012 - 04:02 PM

Hi, did someone from here help with the virus removal?

Does the keyboard work anywhere in windows?

Desktop or Laptop? If desktop and you are using a PS2 keyboard did you try a USB keyboard.

If you removed the virus yourself I suggest getting a all clear from one of our virus cleanup sections as they can be sneaky and be hiding from you. Especially if the keyboard works everywhere but the internet.


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