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Windows 7 cmd screen appear by itself then can't log back to W7.

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by Toti, Jan 23, 2011.

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  1. Toti

    Toti Thread Starter

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    HI guys.

    Pls. bear with me meanwhile I explain what is going on with my computer and thank you for help and point me in the right direction, forgive my English not my first language.

    O.S.Windows 7- 64 bit Last night I came home and try to place my password into my computer to log into screen W7 and it started acting ext range as I was trying to type my password it kept going typing ?!! I saw like if the last stroke of the keyboard got stuck and kept typing last key !!

    So after a reboot I log in to my windows but as soon I type in something in the search browser it starting going NUTS !
    The window of Search appeared with a cmd. search and the search keep going typing, I dono just kept typing the last key stroke of my search !!
    Then I lost control of the computer could type nothing because everything I type just don't show , it just keep going typing the last stroke, like aaaaaaa or eeeeee, etc.
    Then again the search appears like if I was looking for data in my computer !!??

    Now I'm typing in the computer of my roommate, because When I rebooted, I couldn't log in back, In the screen of Windows 7 to place my password as I type the first letter it keeps going dot.dot dot.dot dot. etc... don't let me put my password. :confused:


    I'm trying to log in in safe mode to see if I can get a Hijack this log.

    Pls . Help guys.

    Thanks a lot.
     
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    After a couple of tries..... Finally, I was able to log in via Safe mode but I,m disconnect from the Internet because don't let me log in into my account of W.7 using the Internet !? :(

    So I unplugged my pc from the internet and log in using safe mode, so, now I'm going to try to see if I can run a Hijackthis and see if I can posted here via a usb.

    I,m using the pc of my roommate because I can't log in into Internet or log in into W7 when I'm connected to Internet in my own pc.

    Pls. forgive my ignorance at this.
    S.O.S.
    Toti
    brb.
     
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    UPDATE.

    One more thing i didn't mention is that sometimes when I'm watching a video in my computer my sound turns off by itself ..... ( mute)
    One more thing ....tried playing my RPG game and sometimes I loose control of my character can't control it , I loose all control of it for seconds , starts moving by itself and sometimes the game close and get a CTD...to desktop with the search window ! but the game still running in the background!!

    Pls. Help

    T.
     
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    OK today I was able to log in (internet) into my windows 7 64bit , but a soon I open the IE8 to check for Online updates in Microsoft the start menu window appears by itself and then the search window , then my whole screen start flashing?!!

    I had to restart the whole computer. just cant use it , I had to unplugged from Internet , to be able to turn it on.

    What kind of Infection is this?
     
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    Finally this is my Hijack Log :

    *log removed*
     
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    First of all ....Thanks LauraMj.


    UPDATE:
    Hi guys,,,well after 3 days of... to much coffee.... not much sleep, and searching for an answer and waiting patiently for my Hijackthis to be analyzed, I found that the malware in my computer could be fixed.

    It involved the use of OTL- hijackthis-Smitfraud-Malwarebytes-Vundofix-Combofix-deletion of registries that were still corrupted-update of Punkbuster-scans of NOD-scans-Tdsslkiller and use of CCCleaner-Microsoft updates-update of all drivers.

    Still in the process of testing if all is ok, I didn't want to reformat the disc, but if still if something is wrong maybe I would , but I will update with all the"steps" process involved.

    Toti
     
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    UPDATE: January 28/11

    All working sor far ok for now.
    Did a flush of my DNS cache as well.

    And system stable.

    brb later to finish report and hope all ok to close topic and give details.


    Toti
     
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    UPDATE Feb 20 . 2011

    So bad news

    The Start menu still open by itself . !

    and then the search opens with a continuous letter.

    So is not fixed yet :(
     
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    So Im closing this thread no solution yet and I'm merging it with another thread posting my Logs, for Professional help from you guys , I tried my best :( pls sorry for my ignorance.

    Thanks for help... closing this thread.

    Not solved.
     
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