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Help me to fix a bug on my computer

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Hey All,


Whatever screen I open on my computer, whether it is IE (6.0) or window explorer, My screen scrolls up and down. I'm not able to control this. :tazz:

Not sure how this bug got into my machine. Every 2 minutes or so either the IE browser or the Window explorer keeps moving up and down, pretty erratic.

I ran Microsoft Antispyware/ Adware/ Registry Mechanic/ Spybot software to remove any stupid stuffs. It did remove few of the bugs, but screen scroll ups still continue.

When I open Task Manager/ control panel the same problem exists.

Guys p l e a s e help.
Guys p l e a s e help.

Edited by Ganz, 19 December 2005 - 09:09 AM.

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Hello and welcome to Geeks to Go.

If you have something faster than dial-up, have your computer scanned with Kaspersky's online scanner. It has a massive virus database. If it finds anything, save the report (it doesn't clean for you), and post the report in a reply to me. Don't delete anything until you are instructed to do so.

If you have a serious infection, you will have to start a topic in the Malware Forum in order to get cleaned by an expert. I will let you know how bad the infection is when I see the report.
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Lets save you an enourmous amount of time and get you to post a HJT log in the malware removal forum. Follow the instructions in this thread.


ScHwErV :tazz:
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