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Internet explorer / scolling screen

When I open a browser and look at a site like ebay the screen keeps scrolling up and down on its own, very frustrating if you are trying to fill in a form. I have changed the keyboard and mouse and installed the factory settings and also re-installed windows explorer and also run virus checks but it still keep happening. The computer is a hp

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Hi,
I think you might have spyware or internet explorer file missing problem. So either you can uninstall browser and run set up again or go to microsoft.com and check any updates available for your Operating system or Browser.
You should use WinXP Manager Software for cleaning up any problem with your browser or any system files.

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