Have you tried going to windows update and installing all the updates? Vista was released with a lot of bugs and Microsoft releases updates to fix these bugs on a regular basis. Let me know if this solves the problem or if you are not sure how to do this.
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You will probably have to look on the net for a driver that is compatible with windows 7 for your bluetooth device. If you cant find one designed for windows 7 you could try a driver made for vista as many vista drivers work for windows 7 devices as well
WUAUCLT -- Windows Update Automatic Update client
somehow has "crashed". It runs everytime that you restart Windows. It connects to Microsoft to look for the latest Security Updates to keep your computer protected and up-to-date.
Start Internet Explorer.
Click 'TOOLS' and click 'WINDOWS UPDATE'.
Does this version of WINDOWS UPDATE run properly?
COM objects are often defined in Dynamic Link Libraries (DLL files). The Program file for COM Surrogate is actually dllhost.exe that can load a DLL and make its objects available to other programs.
The COM Surrogate error message is often related to codecs and other COM objects that aren't fully compatible with Vista. These are installed by other programs. The most common culprits are DivX and Nero. The first thing you should do is upgrade to the latest versions of these to see if that fixes the problem. Another possible fix is to disable thumbnail previews in Explorer. To do that: In Windows Explorer, click Organize, then select Folder and Search Options Click the View tab Check the box that says "Always show icons, never thumbnails" Click OK To help troubleshoot which codec(s) might be causing the problem, you can use a free tool called InstalledCodec. You can use it to disable individual codecs one at a time. You can download it at http://www.nirsoft.net/utils/installed_codec.html
if you can clarify a bit on what happens when you "click something" i might be able to be more help, but it sounds virus/spyware related. Slower computer speed and internet connectivity issues are some of the top effects that i see from infections.
see if you can run a virus scan, or even just wipe your drive and reinstall windows if you don't have too much important stuff on it, that'll definitely speed it up : D