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Crazy Mouse and System Freeze Issues

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#1 capnsoc30911


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Posted 24 November 2013 - 10:49 PM

This has been going on for the longest time.
But when trying to use my laptop the taskbar hasn't been working. You can move the mouse over it but the buttons will not highlight and clicking doesn't do anything. If you use Ctrl+Alt+Del and open up the task manager it temporarily fixes the problem. But it always comes back. Now, it's almost unusable (the laptop). Most of the time, the mouse will just randomly click, rapidly, as if the middle button were being pressed down non-stop. I get the circle with four arrows and it just blinks rapidly because it clicks non-stop. Can't type, can do anything.
You can move the cursor around the computer won't register that you are clicking on something. You have to Tab through things and hit enter to click on anything. When trying to use a web browser (I have tried with Mozilla, Chrome, and IE) you can open new tabs but when you click on a tab to go back to it, it just closes the tab. This is a constant problem. Occasionally, even if you aren't clicking the icon or even anywhere near it, about 20 blank web browser pages will just start opening up and after a couple minutes the internet browser becomes unresponsive. Please advise. Seems very serious. I've tried 4 different mouses, wireless and cabled. Same issues. System restore, different OS's, still the same problem.
Any help would be much appreciated.

Edit: Moved topic from Virus, Trojan, Spyware, and Malware Removal Logs to the more appropriate forum, due to the absence of any malware logs or operating system information included with topic. ~ Animal

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