Question about Dell Latitude D510 Notebook
Just out of curiosity, go to Run and type OSK. This will bring up the on screen keyboard, try typing and see if that brings up the "wrong" characters. This would eliminate the keyboard or prove the keyboard is having issues. You can also attach a USB keyboard and double check with that.
If it happens again, disconnect from the internet (make sure no connection is active) and try again, if it fails to reproduce the problem, you may have a virus
If it is a virus, chances are it is allowing someone to remotely access your computer and producing these errors (probably unlikely but..)
Please try the above and then get an online virus scan to eliminate this possibility
Posted on Dec 29, 2010
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