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Windows 7: Keys not physically stuck

09 Feb 2014   #1
Protoxic

Windows 7 Professional 64bit
 
 
Keys not physically stuck

Hello,

I'm having a very weird problem here since this morning, and been trying to get it working ever since.

My laptop thinks there's a button being pressed (I have no clue which button exactly), while it isn't. I can type normally but, for example, Alt + Tab is constantly being interrupted and only flickers for a split second before I can even see anything. Also, the previews in the Aero Startbar are very short and just flicker for a split second when hovering my mouse over the programs.

It's extremely hard to give a proper explanation, therefore I will add in this video I made this morning while trying to get my game to work. You should have enough time to read the error message popping up at the PIN-section.



What I've tried so far:
- Restart my laptop
- Vacuum cleaned my keyboard (for possible crumbles stuck under the buttons, maybe)
- Keylogged my keystrokes with multiple keyloggers, but only ONE of them came up with a strange result:
---> 19:55:56, IN WINDOW "Confirm" USER Casper PRESSED:
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---> 19:56:11, IN WINDOW "Free Keylogger 3.9" USER Casper PRESSED:
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---> 19:56:16, IN WINDOW "Report Viewer" USER Casper PRESSED:
®®®®®®®®

---> 19:56:30, IN WINDOW "Confirm" USER Casper PRESSED:
®

- Opened up my keyboard to see if there are any interrupted circuits, ended up that I can't even access the area right under my keys (for the wires).

If necessary, more information would be available.

I'm out of ideas what I can do, yesterday it wasn't like this at all yet.

Does anyone have an idea of what it might be?

Thanks in advance!

Additional information I just thought about again:
Yesterday when I wanted to shut down my laptop when I went to bed, it completely stucked on the log-out screen and wouldn't go any further even after letting it be for a good hour, so I was forced to force-shutdown it. Then this morning when I booted up, the whole problems started.


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09 Feb 2014   #2
matts6887

Windows 7 ultimate 64-bit
 
 

Um I have news for ya: a keylogger is a bad thing. You want to get rid of that using a virus scan and or malware/adware program(s) A keylogger is a malicious program that can track every keystroke(s) you are making. And that includes if you do online banking and are entering user name and password information. Scan with the following programs:download and run them:

Downloading AdwCleaner
SUPERAntiSpyware - Downloading File
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10 Feb 2014   #3
Protoxic

Windows 7 Professional 64bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by matts6887 View Post
Um I have news for ya: a keylogger is a bad thing. You want to get rid of that using a virus scan and or malware/adware program(s) A keylogger is a malicious program that can track every keystroke(s) you are making. And that includes if you do online banking and are entering user name and password information. Scan with the following programs:download and run them:

Downloading AdwCleaner
SUPERAntiSpyware - Downloading File
Hi,

Thanks for the reply ^^
I know a keylogger is bad and I aready succesfully removed it using the exact program you linked me.

Also, last night before shutting down to go to bed, I ran a system restore to 3 days ago, but this didn't change a thing.
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