Question about Canon CanoScan FB630P Flatbed Scanner
Off the top of my head, I'd say this is typical virus behavior.....or, less likely, you're having a bizarre memory problem like a byte went bad in a memory DIMM.
A more serious hardware problem is less likely....it wouldn't cause uniform program problems....if your sound card went bad, Word would start but Media Player would probably fail to start.
Since you can get on the internet, go to Trend Micro and download their Administrator Command Line anti-virus. It's free, they don't advertise it, and it rocks.
First download this file to a new folder on your desktop.
Sysclean Package 2.2MB Then download the Virus pattern from here lpt277.zip (AS/400, S/390, Windows) 4.9MB Unzip the pattern file to the folder you made. Open the folder and double-click "Sysclean.com" There's no installation....a window will open....just press the "Scan Now" button....or "Go" or whatever it is....I can't remember. If you have a slow computer with a lot of files it could take a hour or two to scan. Just let it go until it's done. It will repair every infected file it can, or it will delete the file..
Posted on Jan 17, 2009
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