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  1. Scan found synaptics file as trojan.dorkbot.ed Attached is the synaptics file in rar and the log per instructions. I hope this helps. Sean SynZMetr.rar MBAM-log-2013-12-18 (19-23-10).txt
  2. Hi there A few days ago my Synaptics touchpad started to malfunction and my computer was really laggy.. My main concern was that the touchpad was not doing what it was supposed to; when scrolling it would not release the scroll bar when I let go of the button, it was not selecting the things I clicked on etc.. The left button does not seem to function at all & touchpad seems to behave strangely, most of the time (it won't let me tap to click even though I selected that option in my touchpad settings etc).. I changed the touchpad settings to left-handed which means I can at least browse the net and use Photoshop to a certain degree although it is difficult and I've learnt a hell of a lot of new shortcuts since! Anyway.. It's been like this for about a week now and then today.... I unplugged the charger and the machine went dead even though it had been charging for plenty of time... Plugged it back in checked the lead connection etc not that.... Now it just says 8% available & charging constantly, it obviously is NOT charging and even after being plugged in for hours still turns off every time I unplug it!?!? My laptop is a HP Pavilion dv6-6b50sa which, after reading about it online, seems to have a heapload of issues and one of the most common ones seems to be overheating.. Do you guys think that might be what the problem is?? It just seems like my machine is falling apart piece by piece!!! :'( I started looking for solutions in the "general pc help forum" and after my dds logs were looked at was told to start a new post here.. (You can find the original post http://forums.malwarebytes.org/index.php?showtopic=132832 there's a bit more detail and a lot more rambling there)... Thanks in advance to anyone who can help, you will never know how much I appreciate it! xxx Attach2.txt DDS1.txt
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