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Yeah, pressing keys does nothing whatsoever for or against this. Even if I do type in an address or press a button it just sends me back to google's main page. The worst part is that my problem does not seem to appear online at all.
Very weird. I thought it could be some kind of problem where keyboard acts as if CTRL is pressed down, like CTRL+H or home or something. Dunno.
Did you try booting your computer in Safe mOde?
I haven't tried that but I think I fixed the problem for now at least. Uninstalling and installing the browser worked and I am using it right now. Hopefully it won't come back.
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Ok, I think I found the culprits here. It seems that the proceeses which spike in ram at random are perfmon.exe and svchost.exe. svchost is consistently higher than perfmon but I think perfmon is the one responsible for the spikes.... They are both necessary for windows 7 to run though, not sure where to go from here.
Basically, I give up and will take my laptop to computer repair shop because this headache isn't worth it.
this page when I googled for the possible reasons, Firefox plugin container and Windows Defender come to mind as potential suspects.
Hope they can find a solution to the overheating problem.
They should fix the rebooting problem first and then focus on the overheating. Cuz like, rebooting is getting annoying and wastes time. Cuz yanno.
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According to the repair guy, the video card was the problem.
Which I already knew.
so the motherboard needs to be replaced.
Which I did not know.
So basically, fuck life.
So I've been having weird problems with my new laptop. I have two laptops, first one is my old laptop, and the newest one is a 15" laptop. The problem is that this new laptop is having a problem when its connected to the wireless internet. I feel somehow the connection is getting slower, moreover I often disconnected with the WiFi when I'm using this new laptop. I thought the problem was on my internet connection, but I used my old laptop (which is smaller in size, around 11") and the internet is totally fine. I'm using same browsers, Google Chrome, on both laptops.
Any idea what went wrong with my new laptop? A friend of mine told me that I should re-install the driver for the WiFi but I'm not sure.
I agree with your friend, try installing the latest drivers for your Wi-Fi card.
Does anyone know what I did wrong when I was setting up my router? I mean I connected all the hardware, but it seems I screwed up with the software. It seems I did not configure it correctly, and now I do not have wireless internet and can not even open the software router page?
The same thing happened to mine, and all I had to do was press the tiny hard reset button and redo everything (according to the quick setup guide).
With excel's auto-fill you usually type in a few characters and if it matches a cell above you get the option to automatically set those characters into the cell. Is there a way to do this but with values beneath the cell? I can't seem to find an option for that.
Have you tried entering the values beneath the cells first? I always thought it autofilled or suggested words that were already entered in the Excel.