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1. someone has tampered with your double click speed in control panel/mouse settings (solvable with hiting enter key, and/or fixing it in control panel) 2. You have a virus, preventing them shortcuts from working. (solvable by anti-virus scan and reinstall of operating system)
A virus check might not get all malware. Download Malwarebytes free and do a scan with that. Check the add-ons installed in you browsers and get rid of superfluous or strange ones. Use msconfig to check which programs are loaded at start up. Uncheck unnecessary or suspicious ones. Good luck.
Download the FREE Windows 7 XP Mode, install it, then reinstall your software in XP Mode following the XP Mode Application Instructions. Another alternative is to use the FREE XP mode virtual machine under Windows 7. You can then load software that is compatible with XP But not Windows 7 in the XP virtual machine.
try getting into your router settings and disabling the uPnp, all routers are different mine`s a netgear and i click on internet explorer, type in 192.168.0.1, it will then ask you your userkey which is admin and password is PASSWORD, you`ll find the upnp there somewhere, but again this worked for me but might not work for everyone!