When I start the computer and then click on any program/application that will come up on my computer about 15-60 times. With one click I will probably get about 20 windows and when I double click.. well it's more. When I go to the start menu my mouse will click automatically on anything the cursor is over. The strange thing is I have figured out how stop this from happening. Before I click on anything when I first start up the computer I hit any key on my keyboard and then the mouse starts working perfectly, everything is back to normal. I have scanned with mcafee (nothing comes up), avg, privacy guard, adaware. I found a few tracking cookies on avg but I think they are harmless. Thanks for any help! (:
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Microsoft has created an application that checks your Windows operating system to see if the copy of Windows you are using is genuine. If it is not, the application launches a "Genuine Microsoft Software Notification" pop-up alerting you that "This copy of Windows is not genuine." This has a purpose. However, many users have reported being flooded with the pop-up notification even when the copy of Windows they are using is genuine. If this happens to you, you can remove the genuine Microsoft software notification. Note that the instructions below apply to the Windows 7 operating system.
Press "Ctrl"+"Alt"+"Delete." Click on "Start Task Manager." The Windows Task Manager opens. Click on the "Processes" tab. Click on "wgatray.exe" and then click "End Process." Restart your computer. Press F8 continually while your computer is booting. The Advanced Boot Options menu will appear. Click on "Safe Mode" in the Advanced Boot Options menu. Click on the "Start" menu and then click on the "Search Programs and Files" box. Search for and delete the following files: (To delete a file, right-click on the file and select "Delete.") "C:\Windows\System32\WgaTray.exe" "C:\Windows\System32\dllcache\WgaTray.exe" Click on the "Start" menu and type "regedit" into the "Search Programs and Files" box and press "Enter." The Windows Registry Editor opens. Locate the following registry entry in the Windows Registry Editor and delete it. To delete a registry entry, right-click on it and select "Delete." "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Winlogon\Notify\WgaLogon"
Click on the "Start" icon and select "Control Panel"
Click on the "Add/Remove Programs" or "Programs and Features" icon.
Allow the program list to fully load; this may take several minutes if you have a lot of programs installed on the computer.
Click on the icon for "IncrediMail" and click on the button "Uninstall."
Confirm in the pop-up window that you wish to remove IncrediMail and all of its components from your computer.
Wait for the uninstall process to complete, a success message will appear on the screen.
Restart the computer.
Removing IncrediMail Components
Click on the "Start" icon and choose "All Programs."
Scroll down the list until you see a folder for "IncrediMail."
Right click on the "IncrediMail" folder and select "Delete."
Confirm you wish to delete IncrediMail, a window will pop-up showing the transfer of files to your trash bin.
Performing Disk Cleanup
Click on the "Start" icon and choose "All Programs."
Click on "Accessories," "System Tools," and click on the "Disk Cleanup" icon.
Select "Scan Local Drive (C:)" and allow the process to find all removable files.
Place a check mark next to "Downloaded Program Files," "Temporary Internet Files" and "Temporary Files."
Click on "OK" to confirm the deletion of the folders, files
and any leftover traces of IncrediMail. The process will complete and a
window screen will show a successful cleanup message. Restart the
Cleaning Registry Files
Click on the "Start" icon.
Click on "Run" or click on the start search field at the
bottom of the screen. Type in "regedit" and double click on the icon
that pops up.
Double click on "HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT" and then double-click on the "Applications" folder.
Right click on on "Incredimail" and choose "Delete." Right-click on "Impcontent.exe" and select "Delete."
Close out the registry window. Restart the computer.
Your IDVDR icon is corrupted I would suggest to you to delete that one. Go ahead and click on start button on your windows click all program click on Pinnacle instant dvd recorder. Let me know if that is working. If working go back to your all program right click on instant DVD recorder click on send to desktop.
this is a common windows error. if a certain application stops working like your google chrome. try to edit start up items, click on start, click run, on the run box type : msconfig. click ok. on the start up tab, click on disable all on the bottom right, hit apply or ok. it will give you a prompt to exit with restart. this is for xp, if its vista more likely the same but after restarting the computer, no prompt for system configuration utility will pop up. to unisntall the google chrom, if its xp go to add remove programs and click remvoe, if you have vista, go to program and features and uninstall it from there, if no go. use the microsoft installer clean up utility. http://support.microsoft.com/kb/290301 just download and install it then look for it under programs and it will gie you all the programs installed on your computer, you can look for google chrome and uninstall it. that should work.
Apparently, you computer has some unexpected software running during the startup. In order to get ride of these software, you could check your register table manualy by regedit or download this software, which will help you to find if there are any suspect software running at the startup.