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Keyboard error hi, can i ask a problem about my computer because my problem is that when i use to press a keyboard my computer/desktop freezes.When that case i restart my computer quickly after I restart its back again.What i used to type this letter is the on board screen .Please help me to solv my problem Im begging to all of you know how to fix this problem.

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Sir,

I think this is a virus or anyone who try to hack ur computer. Call computer expert to reinstall the OS immediately.

I would first make sure I am up to date on my MS Updates and drivers. I would then turn off any Power Options in the Control panel, turn off HD, sleep mode, etc. If that does not work start to look at what is running, look at your services or msconfig. Turn off stuff you do not need. Make sure you Virus Scan is up to date also.


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