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Extreme post-vrii Keyboard & Mouse Lag

Discussion in 'Virus & Other Malware Removal' started by thefakenet, Jan 27, 2007.

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    thefakenet Thread Starter

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    I recently cleaned out a Spysherrif infection, I got it quickly and it wasn't able to bring too many "friends" to the party. Cleaned out a few IE toolbars it installed (just a precaution since I use firefox anyways) used the "Cleaner" the "SmitFraudFix" and a few other utils. Ran post-cleanup with both AVG Anti-Spyware, and Spybot S&D. Ran Full vrii scan with AVG, and now all reports come up clean.

    I'm having a problem where when in game, or in windows my interface will freeze, the mouse curser will have no problem moving around, however It's curser (hourglass, size-NW, world-of-warcraft-glove, etc...) is stuck, and I cannot click on anything, neither can I type. If a key was pressed, it reacts as if it is held down. After a few moments, the computer returns to normal operation after acting as if it is processing a keystroke buffer (any keys I pressed after while it was frozen, suddenly react, IE. typing will finish, world of warcraft user will suddenly go insane).

    I have ruled out the fact that I am using a Bluetooth wireless desktop by switching to a simple USB Keyboard and mouse, and the problem continues.
     
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    Is it something in my name? have I incorrectly formatted my post? Is it a site error? Why is it that my posts statistically get less then 1/10th the attention then the average?
     
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