Question about Gateway 2520915 Keyboard
I hate to tell you this, but it sounds like you downloaded a very bad virus as well.
First, boot the computer while holding down the F8 key. Continue holding this key until the screen changes. Use the arrow up key to boot in 'last good configuration that worked. Immediately open control panel, then click on performance and maintenance, then in the left column 'system restore'. Choose 'restore my computer to an earlier time' and pick a date before this happened.
If it is successfully restored immediately download a good anti-virus, update it and run it ASAP. I strongly suggest AVGfree 8.0 from filehippo.com. Until you do this the virus is still in your computer and eventually will cause further problems. Good Luck!
Posted on Dec 03, 2008
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