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Virus??? PC keeps rebooting

Discussion in 'Virus & Other Malware Removal' started by Woodstock, Jan 26, 2006.

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  1. Woodstock

    Woodstock Thread Starter

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    Think I have a virus. Just ran a Norton scan yesterday and all ok. I have auto updates. Also have Spybot and Adaware(?). All was well this morning when suddenly it simply turned off. The on-off swicth was still green. I pushed the reboot switch and it tried to come up, but the keyboard and mouse didn't work. I pulled the plug - waited 5-10 min.s and powered up. Got Windows power up then desktop, only clock and monitor in systray but still no mouse. Another hard boot. Came up okay - was able to backup my accounting system, then it crashed before I could do any more. Can you help?
     
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    Woodstock Thread Starter

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    This is not a reply, just a post script... I was able to get the system up again and it gave me an error message that it was recovering from a serious problem and asking to report it, which I did. Microsoft replied it was a conflict between Windows and the Intel Storage Driver. When I go back to Windows, it keeps reporting the same message over and over.
    Help!
     
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