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Re: Windows 7 strange problem

Postby gries818 » Sat Jan 01, 2011 9:15 am

Well this is a Windows Support forum, but Ubuntu is free and if you have a working version of XP, you can dual boot to get Windows programs that you can't find Linux for working. I don't use the Ubuntu Desktop very frequently either, but I'm fairly confident it doesn't have this DVD problem. Also, completely legal ^*^
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Re: Windows 7 strange problem

Postby airwolf » Sat Jan 01, 2011 1:42 pm

the hacked version is only for a while i don't have the $$$ to buy it now but i will because i like this version of windows device manager shows no clue mark by the way i can download all the updates and they install ok ill try to update my drivers from the internet p.s no keyboard keys are stuck :yesnod:
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Re: Windows 7 strange problem

Postby airwolf » Sat Jan 08, 2011 11:40 pm

ok so i bought a legal one from the shop but now the problem im having is my keyboard buttons keeps pressing randomly on their own i men i can open notepad and come back after an hour and i will see some random characters and numbers any ideas?
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Re: Windows 7 strange problem [NEW WINDOWS 7 LEGAL]

Postby yeshuas » Sun Jan 09, 2011 4:59 pm

I had a similar problem and I think it was the keys on my keyboard sticking. Outlook would open multiple copies of itself, over 30, until computer ran out or memory.

I removed the desktop, start menu, quick start toolbar icons for Outlook (pretty much any icon that was on or near the Desktop for Outlook) and that fixed the problem
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Re: Windows 7 strange problem [NEW WINDOWS 7 LEGAL]

Postby airwolf » Sun Jan 09, 2011 7:04 pm

well i doubt that my keyboard keys are stuck because if i open notepad i can see no instantly the keys that are pressed but in time laps lets say after 15 minutes i can see in notepad "8" after an hour i can see "3,a, ,8" the keys are random and i dont know where to look for the answer this is bizarre :eehh :confused could it be any other device interference ? because i have a wireless mouse , keyboard and headphones :eek:
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Re: Windows 7 strange problem [NEW WINDOWS 7 LEGAL]

Postby yeshuas » Sun Jan 09, 2011 8:02 pm

Mine wasn't immediate either, however yours may be some interference or something connected with your multiple wireless devices hard to diagnose from afar.
What I would try is replacing or removing your headphones, than the mouse and or keyboard temporarily to see if that helps
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Re: Windows 7 strange problem [NEW WINDOWS 7 LEGAL]

Postby airwolf » Sun Jan 09, 2011 11:13 pm

the headhpones are disconnected allmost 80% time i use the pc its more like the mouse is causing the interference but even whem im watching a movie through my HDMI connected TV the player VLC player minimizes from full-screen to windows mode sound mutes etc... but this is not because of the player
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Re: Windows 7 strange problem [NEW WINDOWS 7 LEGAL]

Postby airwolf » Mon Jan 10, 2011 7:32 pm

now my videocard brokedown :x :x :x i had an older one and replaced it but how did this happen yesterday everything was fine and today the computer didint want to start first thought that it was the cooler of my cpu because when i opened the side of the box the cooler didint spin at all so i replaced it and you know what the cooler was fine so i threw away about 40$ until i though to check the video card and was right :shocked: :shocked: andy ideas how to repair the videocard MSI GeForce 8600GTS 512MB ram ?
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Re: Windows 7 strange problem [NEW WINDOWS 7 LEGAL]

Postby yeshuas » Mon Jan 10, 2011 7:43 pm

Unless you are able to find the component e.g. a capacitor or whatever and replace it, I don't have any idea how to repair it, that is beyond my scope of expertise.

You might try reseating the video card to see if that helps, or remove it entirely reboot with any other video card and then remove the drivers for the GeForce card and reinstall the GeForce card to see if that helps
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Re: Windows 7 strange problem [NEW WINDOWS 7 LEGAL]

Postby airwolf » Mon Jan 10, 2011 10:10 pm

thanks for the advice ill try finding the capacitor i tried reseating the card that didn't help by the way found out that if i turn my lights on my tv infrared sensor is going nuts :lol: and im wondering if the keyboard could have the same problem :eek:
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