Keyboard triggers computer shortcuts. Not a virus.
Letters like U pop up the utility manager and L logs my account off the computer and F minimizes the the stuff i'm on. I don't think it's a virus. because it's popping up stuff like my documents and my computer. And I pressed some buttons on my keyboard before it happened too. So i think that's why it's happening. I just want to know what i need ot press to undo it all.
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There may be some of you that have never thought about the power of User Accounts. User Accounts is a Graphic User Interface that has options to create new user accounts. Even though you are the only person using your computer, this is a good feature to setup. The reason you want to setup this feature is because it can be used to backdoor a virus that has taken control of your account. Here are the steps to setup User Accounts: Click the Windows Logo Click Control Panel Navigate and click on User Accounts Click on Turn User Account On and Off Click Continue Check Use User Account Control (UAC) to help protect your computer Press Ok Click Manage Another Account Click Continue Click Create a New Account In the box type Administrator for a user name. Select Administrator as the account type Click Create Account Click on the Administrator account Click Change the Password Create a password with one capital letter, one number, one special character and at least 7 characters long. Keep that password in a safe place.
Reasoning: Each person who logs on to a computer has a profile, this profile is associated to that persons account. A profile is generically in a path like c:/users/ACCOUNT NAME/documents and settings/my documents. If a virus takes over this profile you will not be able to use Internet Explorer or any program like a virus remover application. This is why you create another account. When you logon with your Administrator account you will be able to access Internet Explorer and the virus remover software. MalwareBytes has been proven to be an affective virus removal application, that is currently free as well.
use this steps and go on. God bless you
·Log on to your PC computer with an administrator
Open the "Start" menu and click on the
Type "keymgr.dll" into the text box and
hit "Enter." The Key Manager utility program will launch and display
a list of passwords used on the computer.
Highlight the password item you want more
Click on the "Properties" button on the right side of the
window to view more information about the selected password item. The pop-up
window will display the username, password and server address for the selected
Get another lead Some external storage devices work poorly or not at all when connected to a hub; try connecting the drive directly to a port on the computer. Also check if it's detected in "Disk Management". Here you can verify if the partition and format are correct for the Operating System. Check the Drive's status in Device manager. This will verify if the external drive has a drive letter designation. Check Partition and Format. Log in as Administrator account in windows or any other account with administrative privileges Insert your removable disk into the USB port. Click Start, right click on computer and select manage. Now, click Disk Management. Check whether drive letter for the device is present. Check the lower window to find whether the device is detected (such as Disk 1, Disk 2, etc). If the device is detected with a drive letter, verify that no other device is using that drive letter. If it is, change it to unused drive letter. Hope this helps.
A simple procedure would be to create an account for you. Choose a user name and a password. Give you user account administrator powers. Luckily the OS will create the account with all the defaults options and you should be able to go on the Internet. To create a user account, Click the START button, Look for Control panel and press the ENTER key (or left mouse button.) In the open control panel look for an icon with human faces (users). Click the icon and choose create a new account. Make sure it is an administrator's account. That will allow you to do all the modifications you want.
Once you create the account, restart the computer and log on to your new account. If everything is OK and you can go to Internet you might want to go back to the control panel>manage account and suppress your son's account.
Your Virus definitions are most likely out of date if you haven't updated since your install. The AVAST software should be set to auto update for the best protection and to deal with this. Do not click any windows that open telling you this as there are several Viruses out there that will show you a box like that and trick you into downloading stuff you don't want or need.
i think that's only driver error . u must install u r driver again .and check out for virus.some virus attack driver files and utility .. so u must use antivirus and clean the virus .i hope u r okay!:)
That's not supposed to be a problem... When you log in to your account windows loads your personal settings, as well as other programs, so it's supposed to take time. Windows probably has the theme set on default so it would show that while your settings are loading. That or you've got a virus... But... if you think your computer is unusually slow then that's a different problem. Try cleaning up your hard disk space and doing other sorts of stuff, like scanning for viruses to make it run faster.