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Windows 7: Search Results window "spams" itself (it opens many times)

31 Mar 2013   #11

Windows 7 Professional 32 bit

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by benjy206 View Post
It restores your pc to a ealier time. By default windows makes it own. So when you go to system restore you will be able to pick a certain date to restore your pc to
Umm, may I ask if it will also cause to the loss of all the current programs, updates and files I installed lately? Shall I do some backup?

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31 Mar 2013   #12

Windows 7 Professional 32 bit

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by nilank View Post
Hello anob,

Is there any special key marked "Search"/"Find" or marked with a magnifying glass picture on your keyboard? If yes, could you check if the key works and is not stuck? Also check if the "F" and F3 key are working and not stuck. These keys are related to find/search function.
I noticed that, and I tried to unplug and plug my keyboard too, but there it was again. I'm starting to doubt it has something to do with my keyboard also, because whenever I press capslock on web browsers (just noticed this shit) it always access the find/search command (in both chrome and firefox) which is effin irritating already. Additional details to this are, some upper case keys cannot be accessed through shift + (the letter), only capslock is the only way. Help pls! The "spams" are still there whenever I turn on the pc. T.T
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31 Mar 2013   #13


Did you try a different keyborad or on-screen keyboard?

Pull you keyboard out after you reach desktop and try using the onscreen keyboard? What now?
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