The simple straightforward answer is NO.
Can a keyboard get infected then spread a virus to another PC?
3. Many keyboards do not come with driver software. The drivers are installed automatically when the keyboard is connected. If you go to Device Manager and expand the entry for keyboards and then open the item, you will then see the Driver tab. It is very unlikely it is driver related, it is more likely to be another issue.
4. NORTON - I would recommend uninstalling it, you presumably have the security details to reinstall if the uninstall does not solve your problems
The best advice I can give you at this stage is to uninstall ALL of
Norton Internet Security
You can if these are the paid for edition, reinstall them using your provided access key, or whatever Norton requires.
I feel reasonably certain that you will immediately notice an improvement.
Install this it is anti-virus and anti-spyware. It is free and uses less resources than more or less any other free such programs.
Uninstall Norton using Add/Remove Programs and then the removal tool.
Norton causes many problems.
One of the most recommended free antivirus on GeekstoGo is Microsoft Security Essentials.
AS ALWAYS when uninstalling something of this nature and using a removal program, create a restotre point BEFORE doing so.
Then if anything goes wrong you can go back to the restore point.
Edited by Macboatmaster, 31 August 2011 - 01:43 PM.