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I have checked its not the key problem and yes I have used other keyboard as well, nope its not that

I have Avast and Avira and AVG

Avira once detected this virus and it stayed in vault for couple of weeks and I was so happy then I deleted the vault files and it get activate again and now its not detecting it anymore

I have just downloaded MS security essentials and scanning right now

but I am just wondering if anyone knows any solution or have had same kind of virus?

I really appreciate you

Thank you

asked Jun 06 '10 at 23:45

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edited Jun 11 '10 at 20:33

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Remember to Uninstall the old av's before installing new ones as they can counteract each other. Another thing is, it may not be a virus at all but something stuck in the keyboard or something got spilled on it. Try opining it up and looking as it could be nothing at all just something in it.

answered Jun 11 '10 at 18:59

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I don't think they counteract each other. Antivirus software just slows your PC down, and having 2 antivirus products installed slows it down twice as much :)

(Jun 11 '10 at 20:02) Seb Seb's gravatar image

it does sound like the controller unit in the keyboard is damaged, possibly by a spillage. only solution then would be to replace it or get a USB keyboard.

these are online scanners, they will work like the scanners you have, but will only work through the web browser.

Panda ActiveScan 2.0

http://www.pandasecurity.com/homeusers/solutions/activescan/

Trend Macro house call

(i'm in the uk so get the uk link, if your not just google it)

http://housecall.trendmicro.com/uk/

select your operating system on the right and install,

McAfee FreeScan

http://home.mcafee.com/Downloads/FreeScanDownload.aspx

this one i haven't used because it was down when i needed it, has been improved and available now.

all will not be like normal anti virus but just scanners. found a few problematic viruses i had. i think all 3 require internet explorer.

and you don't need to uninstall your other anti virus for these.

you should also try a spyware/malware scanner, go to www.download.com and search for 'spybot search and destroy' and google 'google pack' and download from it spyware doctor (its the only way i know to get it free)

answered Jun 11 '10 at 19:38

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edited Jun 11 '10 at 20:20

Are you absolutely sure it's not something amiss with your keyboard? Sometimes we overlook the most simple solutions!

answered Jun 11 '10 at 20:01

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  1. Start -> run -> cmd.exe [press enter]
  2. In the black box, type:

tasklist /SVC > %TEMP%\tl.txt

and

notepad %TEMP%\tl.txt

  1. Copy and paste everything from the notepad that opens up, into a pastebin. Put the URL to your paste in a response to this message.

  2. May as well get your netstat too... In the black box, type:

netstat -ona > %TEMP%\ns.txt

  1. In the black box, type:

notepad %TEMP%\ns.txt

  1. Copy and paste to a pastebin. Put the URL to your paste in a response to this message...

answered Jun 11 '10 at 20:23

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edited Jun 11 '10 at 20:27

Hey, how come it modified my numbers?

(Jun 11 '10 at 20:24) Seb Seb's gravatar image

Just an FYI, I do trust you when you say you have a virus. It wouldn't be difficult for some malicious software to do this, and it seems incorrect for a keyboard to be doing this (unless it's after you press the 'f' key, in which case the key might be stuck). Plus, you say it was happening up until the antivirus software removed it, then it came back again when you emptied the vault. It's strange, but yeh...

(Jun 11 '10 at 20:35) Seb Seb's gravatar image

i guess it could be a Trojan horse because they remotely control your pc!

answered Jun 11 '10 at 18:36

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Also try running Malwarebytes AntiMalware(free version) http://www.malwarebytes.org/mbam.php

answered Jun 11 '10 at 19:34

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edited Jun 11 '10 at 19:34

This very much sounds like keybard issue. How exactly did you check to make sure it wasn't a key problem? Also, what does "trping" mean?

answered Jun 11 '10 at 20:15

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