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Some tips.. this is not to say all that has happened, loads of time consuming tips are at the mouse company, which has pages and pages of tests. Mostly when this happens to me, it is my pc overclocking it's P4 Processor. ctrl + alt + delete = start the task manager, after that look at the cpu
or processor usage. Nearing 100% all the time freezes the mouse and
the pages. The issue is probably that people need to get and monitor a
firewall and turn off a lot of background services sneaking in, delete
cookies a few times each day, and set to delete everytime you close down the browser OR shut down your internet so it does not sneak on in the
background using your pc for it's own advantage.
Make sure your start up programs are heavily limited or monitored and that programs aren't allowed to do whatever they want. One is REAL PLAYER. Can be a nightmare. Many programs take over your pc and slow down things, it's important to learn what is happening with all this stuff using your pc at it's own will mercy, which is really merciless mos to the time.
Its not the problem with the keyboard or the mouse it seems that you need the full system scan.. of if you have wired keyboard and mouse connect them to the computer and check using them with the same browsers ... which will determine where the problem is ?
if the wireless keyboard and mouse are working fine then need to update the drivers or there is some problem Hack / Virus scan (not sure) but don't worry it could be a magnetic effect of speakers or monitor you have to check them out
Firstly check if you have a good anti virus program running on your laptop.
Then go to Start->Control Panel->System->Hardware->Device Manager. Here click on Keyboard and select the device shown and delete it. Then open Mice and ... and select the mouse and delete that too.
Go to the same place again and Check if Windows has detected and loaded the keyboard and mouse. If not then from the Menu select Scan for new HW and allow Windows to detect the keyboard and mouse. Your problem will be saved.
Probably the drivers for these devices have got corrupted due to some viral attack or some reason. Now that you have reinstalled them, you should not face this problem again.
try to use virtual keyboard in start/allprograms/accessories/accessibility/on screen keyboard. And press shift. If that problem still occur when you use on screen keyboard (osk), unplug your keyboard, and try to use osk again. If that's still occur, surely you got virus or setting error
Try unplugging the Mouse again, then take the Power Lead out the back of the PC, and leave it to stand for a few mins atleast. Then plug the USB Mouse back in, plug the Power Lead back into back of PC and Boot Up. That should work for you.
A few days ago my acer laptop aspire 1640z , began to behave slower than usual when typing on the keyboard. At first I thought it was a virus, I did all the necessary scans and found none. I then thought it might be the Keyboard driver, but it wasn’t. I went into safe mode by keeping F8 down when you start the computer and select the directory service restore mode, which resets certain applications back to its original state. I found that my internet AOL connection and explore and fire fox would not connect to the net. Make sure you have a disk for AOL or setup file for fire fox saved, to reinstall the software. This seemed to work a bit but by accident, I remove the battery from my laptop and kept the power cord connect and Wow! it works even faster than before. I have also notice that my battery does not hold a charge anymore. My theory is that because the battery is in critical status when connected to laptop…. (Even though the power cord is connected), the computer thinks that its going to run out of power and wants to go into hibernation mode which slows everything down including typing on the keyboard. So before you try the safe mode option, remove the battery and use only the power cord cable and see if this solves the problem. Mine is running fine again ,but when I put battery back it slows down again. I read on the net its affecting only Acer Laptops, probably because the way the power settings software is set up for the Acers.
you were hit by some spyware
or you just need to unplug modem or router for at least a minute and let packs die out
now also you could have been hacked this could also slow a comp down doing the above proceedure will eliminate the hacker with the programs below while not connected to network after these programs updates unplug once again and then run software
use this free bee programs to clear system this should help speed up your comp its a spy ware destroyer
Try testing the speed, go to this website and see what results you get. It takes a couple of minute so so be a bit patient.
If it's slow, report it to your DSL supplier.