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Windows 7: Really,Really weird and annoying problem on W7

06 Nov 2010   #1

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Really,Really weird and annoying problem on W7

Hi,I run a Windows 7 32bit home edition os and i face a really,really,really odd and annoying problem.Many times the "9" button is pressed on its own and it doesn't stop!It just keeps being pressed on its own so i have to restart my pc!The thing I have noticed/did

1:Unplugged keyboard(it was still being pressed!)
2:Unplugged keyboard & mouse(still being pressed!)
3:Installed other keyboard & mouse(the same)
4:All the times that this thing happened i didn't press the "9" button
5:It usually happens after I play counter strike for about 30 minutes(don't know why,it may be the too many clicks on the mouse or the fps!I don't really know!)
6:Run spybot seek & destroy
7:Kaspersky full scan
8:Windows fully updated
9:Run trojan remover

Please I really need some help here,cause I don't know what's going on.I would gladly reinstall windows and format the hard drive but that doesn't mean the problem will be solved!I really need some ideas thrown cause I am really desperate!
Thank you in advance.

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06 Nov 2010   #2

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Welcome to Seven Forums Borden. There are 2 things I'll suggest first.

Run the System File Checker:

SFC /SCANNOW Command - System File Checker

If no help, do a clean start up to see if it is a service or 3rd party software causing the problem:

How to Troubleshoot a Problem by Performing a Clean Startup in Windows 7 or Vista

A Guy
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06 Nov 2010   #3

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Will do.Thanks for the feedback.I hope I'll find you again If these don't work!
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06 Nov 2010   #4

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ty man,i did what you told me and there was no sign of the problem,so i decided when it would happen again i would close all the applications one by one.In the end it was the razer drivers.Don't know why.But at least I found the source.Thx again!
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06 Nov 2010   #5

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Great, good work. Weird things happen, lol. Thanks for sharing your fix. A Guy
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06 Nov 2010   #6

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Just now,1 minute after i closed the drivers My pc crashed :/Now it shows me that my audio service is not running although i have sound *_*.I don't know how all these are related,I just mention odd things for my pc!It's the first time a blue screen pops up!Any thoughts?
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06 Nov 2010   #7

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Have a look at this thread, see if indeed your audio service is started. If it is, I'd run the SFC again. Assuming the previous problem was indeed just a driver. I don't know what the connection would be. If you have a repeat BSOD, I can refer your problem to a BSOD expert.

one or more audio service isnt running

A Guy
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06 Nov 2010   #8

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I just closed the drivers again and the same thing happen.No problem with the audio this time.Just the blue screen and the restart.I can't understand how it is possible to have a blue screen if i close my mouse drivers!It's really weird!
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06 Nov 2010   #9

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Borden View Post
I just closed the drivers again and the same thing happen.No problem with the audio this time.Just the blue screen and the restart.I can't understand how it is possible to have a blue screen if i close my mouse drivers!It's really weird!
Explain what you mean "closed the drivers"? Have you deleted them completely? A Guy
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06 Nov 2010   #10

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because the mouse is a razer,it shows you a menu,after you have installed the drivers,where you can optimize things like sensitivity,macros etc.After I closed that the problem stopped!But my pc crashed after 2 minutes!I have created another thread at the crash section.Thanks for your help,consider this topic closed so i won't be accused of double posting!Thanks again!
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