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Hello, I'm sorry to come in here out of nowhere and ask for help, but I've heard very good things about this website and I have a feeling that if anyone knows how to help me with this problem it's you.

So let me explain some of the things I've been experiencing:

My settings are changing by themselves. (eg. my resolution automatically changed to the "Multiple Monitors on ATI Mobility Radeon X1600", it has never been on this setting before, until today when I opened my computer, which has definitely not been touched by anyone up to this point.)

I find my typing being edited as I write it down...

Certain e-mails I send are not being received, particularly ones that have to do with my musical performances >.<


I don't even know where to start dealing with this, I ran spybot and deleted a little bit of spyware + Avast, which found no viruses. But that was yesterday, and my resolution changed by itself today...

I heard from someone I used to know that you can plant a file on someones computer that allows you remote access to their mouse and keyboard, I'm wondering if it could be something like that. If it is, I have a feeling that it wouldn't turn up in a virus or spyware scan, it would be the type of thing that I would need to search for myself whilst knowing what I'm looking for. I really hope you guys (and girls I imagine) can help me.

Thank you!!!!!!!

Jesse Potter - Sci-fi guitar guy
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