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System Doctor 2006, Explorer, And Keyboard Problems

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#1 cornandbeans


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Posted 17 October 2006 - 07:24 PM

Hello, I've been having some trouble with my computer lately. When I try to log on, only my wallpaper is shown. When I start up task manager, I notice under the processes that explorer is taking up 98-99 of the CPU! It shows, too- it takes me at least a minute on average from when I press ctrl+alt+del to when the actual window pops up. To actually access my desktop, I have to end explorer and then start it again as a new task.

I can get on most of the time, but other things are making it very frustrating. I have another problem; whenever I click on a folder, it closes explorer just for a brief moment and then I return. But no folder comes up. The same thing happens when I try to open up control panel, I see the wallpaper and nothing else. And no control panel. Also, the whole position of my toolbars change when that happens.

I also have System Doctor 2006 popping up every other second when I'm trying to work. There is probably a relatively easy method of removing it, I just need someone to walk me through.

You're probably tired of me already, but my keyboard locks up a lot when I start my computer. I was going to see if I could remove some of these pesky things by going into safe mode, but when I pressed F8 on startup, the selection was frozen on normal and I couldn't access any other options, basically pressing up or down wouldn't move anything. My keyboard does run off of a USB port, so that could just be a hardware problem.

The main reason I so desperately have to use my computer is that I write music constantly. If you can help me out here, expect a song dedicated to you guys. ;P

Thanks for your time,


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Posted 17 October 2006 - 07:30 PM

You're infected - things will only get worse until this bugger is removed from your system.

First, run this free, online scan to get a start on this: http://safety.live.com/

Then, if you still have problems, post a HiJackThis log in this forum (just read the instructions there to get started): http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/f/22/virus-trojan-spyware-and-malware-removal-logs/

If any problems remain (after the HJT analysis) then we'll fix them at that time.
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