Indescribable Issue

So I have a problem that I cant really explain well using text, here's a video of my problem:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-28Bb7T5SaI&feature=youtu.be

Notice how I was having the problems in Windows 7 features itself, and also other programs unrelated to windows, that program was Source SDK.

I have no clue how or why this is happening, and I really need to solve it.
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  1. Seems like some type of malware, beyond what I have ever seen.
  2. Really?
    I mean, I just built this PC 3 days ago!
    I'll run malwarebytes anyways

    Edit: Malwarebytes did not solve the problem

    Edit2: I noticed that when im not actually using that window, like when it is not in front of all other windows, it looks fine, but when I click on it everything starts disappearing.
  3. Unfortunately, no.
  4. reinstall the drivers or reinstall the windows if it doesnt work
  5. TraderH said:
    So I have a problem that I cant really explain well using text, here's a video of my problem:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-28Bb7T5SaI&feature=youtu.be

    Notice how I was having the problems in Windows 7 features itself, and also other programs unrelated to windows, that program was Source SDK.

    I have no clue how or why this is happening, and I really need to solve it.


    Those symptoms seem to be related to a trojan that was released a while back that would mimic keyboard/mouse strokes uncontrollably. I don't remember the exact name, sorry I've slept since then. When you ran MalwareBytes, did it return any sort of trojans or whatnot? You may want to do a full deep scan if you didn't previously and also employ another scanner such as Spybot Search & Destroy. You could possibly even do a sfc /scannow if you have the Windows CD and see if it will repair the files that might be damaged.
  6. Download AVG Rescue CD http://www.avg.com/us-en/avg-rescue-cd and boot your system to that and run a scan on your hard drive without the OS running. After that completes, as mentioned above, run sfc /scannow to verify none of the OS files are corrupt/missing. When that completes reboot and run Malwarebytes.
  7. Good + Bad News
    None of the above methods helped me out.
    Although I found out that these problems only occured on the User Account that I was on, so I made a new admin account and deleted that one to avoid those problems.
    So this problem just remains a mystery now.
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