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Continuous reloading of programs, cpu use up to 100%

Help! My computer starts up fine, then when I move a cursor it begins to load whatever program I glide over first without clicking anything. I have managed to try add/remove, registry cleaner, tweak, anything! It first started when I tried to run a panda antivirus scan which I have done many times successfully in the past. It shows about 50 or more viruses detected, then froze up and I had to turn off manually.

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Re: continuous reloading of programs, cpu use up to 100%

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Re: continuous reloading of programs, cpu use up to 100%

Hi, does the mouse move around the screen rapdily, while you are just using it normally? if so, it could be a driver fault for the mouse or something similar. this has happened to me before, and the way i solved it was updating the driver for the mouse. try doing that and see if it works.

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