On my old Windows XP I had some issues that seemed like a virus problem in that my mouse did not behave correctly and that if I select something it takes several attempts to get the item to work as if the program is not responding to my mouse. Like trying to open a file or it gets stuck on a desktop icon and I can't let go of it.
This started when I upgraded to Comcast's new Norton contract from the old McAfee contract.
Now I have upgraded to Windows 7 Pro everything seemed to be fine but now I am getting the same problem. My mouse acts strange. I can't open a program and the mouse gets stuck to an icon or it won't open the programe. It takes several attempts to get things to work but everything is slow. In the old Windows XP I would run a virus scan and registry scan and it would go away for a while then return.
Sometimes on the Old Windows XP a restart would set things back to normal. I have not done this with the new Windows 7 per the scans I am running below.
I am now running a virus scan and have run registry scan I hope this works. Also programs that opened quickly are now taking a looong time to open. The mouse will work usually after several attempts.
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