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reloading pages keyboard error?


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#1 donm41

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Posted 06 December 2004 - 04:35 PM

Hello folks. I have just joined the site after it was recommended by another forum. My computer has being absolutely crazy with almost everything. It started last Thursday when I was on a website I had used frequently without any problems. The screen behaved as if in an earthquake and the page kept reloading. I could not continue and quit for the day. I started up next day when the pc opened up warning that there was a ‘keyboard error’. I started in safe mode but the same problem persisted, desktop icons dancing about and web pages reloading continuously. E-mail composing was impossible plus I did not want to ‘send’ to anyone as I thought I may have some form of virus. Each time I started up I received the same ‘keyboard error’ message.
I use Symantec AV software which is checked for updates every day and a daily scan is performed also. All unknown cookies are deleted and history also at the end of on line sessions. I have installed Ad-Aware SE Personal and run it yesterday and again today. Nothing harmful was found although I still quarantined and deleted the results. I had great difficulty trying to register on the site without the page reloading and having the same result creating this in Word before copying and hopefully pasting this into the forum for assistance. Sometimes if I hold down the CTRL key I can stop the fault but only temporarily. Don’t know why I do that put I found it sometimes works.
I would greatly appreciate your help please.

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Posted 06 December 2004 - 06:20 PM

Have you tried setting System Restore back to a date, before this began?
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Posted 07 December 2004 - 04:47 AM

yes I've tried System Restore without success. Strange thing is I was limited to a choice of dates only in November. I have had a selection of several months on previous occassions. Problem is still unresolved.




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