Question about Dell Inspiron 1501 Notebook
I suggest running a full system Virus scan with AVG or AVIRA both you can get for free. Remember to uninstall your current virus software before you install new or you can crash your system. Once you have completed the virus scan. Restart. If any virus's were found run it again untill there are none reported. Pain I know.... once you have no reported virus's then run combofix...I guarantee this will fix your issue.
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Cnet.com will have AVG or Avira...
Posted on Dec 14, 2008
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you possibly have a spyware infection, (like a virus)
if you reboot and have the same problems, then try booting into safe mode, if keyboard still locked up, try using an external keyboard (to test your system), if the external keybard works then it may just be that your keyboard is broken (and needs replacing)
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