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Focus reset virus?


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#1 fRostiE86

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Posted 13 April 2014 - 08:53 AM

Hi,

 

First post on here, but from searching on Google for fixes, this looks like a great place for advice from some knowledgeable people - Please be gentle with me!

 

I have an issue with my Windows 7 Machine whereby the focus of windows is quickly jumping on and off. 

 

It causes issues when bringing up right click windows explorer options, also when typing, like when creating a new folder, the focus removes itself from the 'New Folder' text in microseconds before I've had any chance to give it a name.

 

Another symptom is the curser in Win 7 has the spinning loaded next to it, almost all the time... as if an application is loading after just being double clicked. Looks like this, next to the mouse pointer:

http://i.stack.imgur.com/fmksR.gif

 

I've got Kaspersky Internet Security, which has done full scans on all available options with no fixes found. 

I've tried ComboFix incase it was a bootkit issue as this thread sounded similar:

http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/420138/invisible-ie-windows-stealing-focus-hjt-log/

 

I've also given Spybot-S&D a go, which has cleared some temp internet files up, but nothing fixed the issue

 

Can anyone suggest some additional steps to get to the bottom of the problem please?

 

Thanks,

Matt



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Posted 14 April 2014 - 12:25 PM

anyone got any thoughts on what i could try next, please?






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