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Postby LINUSsDAD » Wed Apr 15, 2009 2:15 pm

hi lads happy to eventually find amilo forum, two years since I bought my 1520 :D
I am wondering anybody came across annoying appearance of f letter in form of neverending chain in any typeing enabled window ? That happens casually cant explain,stop or fix.Cant distinct any possible rison why.any help appreciated ?
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Re: ugh:/fffffffffffffff

Postby LINUSsDAD » Wed Apr 15, 2009 8:06 pm

well looks its nothing to do with HDD or system itself,neither viruses since I checked up HDD installing it inside Amilo Pro V3205.There everything works proper,as for Vista in XP laptop of course.6 views of my post and no answer so far.Anybody any ideas? please
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Re: ugh:/fffffffffffffff

Postby hikaru » Thu Apr 16, 2009 7:58 am

I think it's a hardware issue with your keyboard. Maybe the key itself doesn't release properly or the corresponding interrupt is called permanently due to some electrical problem.
You can swap the keyboards of the Si 1520 and the V3205 to verify this.
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Re: ugh:/fffffffffffffff

Postby LINUSsDAD » Thu Apr 16, 2009 9:45 am

Hi Hikaru,thanks I was thinking about that unfortunately the other Fujitsu is not main had to give it back...but whats strange before fffffffff... starts to run "ugh:/" appears...Perhaps will be able to swap keyboards in couple days.
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Re: ugh:/fffffffffffffff

Postby hikaru » Thu Apr 16, 2009 10:14 am

This sounds like a bad joke. I'm no native speaker so maybe I miss the humour in it but I'm sure that this is no random output.
If this only appears intermittent it's hard to find out a definitve reason for it.

I think either you got a virus/trojan and someone is kidding you or you're kidding me.

Reinstalling the OS should fix the problem.
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Re: ugh:/fffffffffffffff

Postby LINUSsDAD » Thu Apr 16, 2009 3:35 pm

Well I kid you not...before I turned to forum I did try different solutions with reinstalling Vista, swiping HDD with Linux.Anti-virus protection is good,but it looks more likely like troyan activity, thought if I have one should be cleared with change of system.One thing I dont know well enough Linux, dnt like it and didnt keep it to see if ugh:/ffffff... thing well happen.Well will probably have to call FSC service just hate that idea :D .Thanks anyway.
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