Computer crashing only when on the internet?

  Gaz 25 19:57 15 Jul 03
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When I am on my broadband connection with all drivers updated, and firewall installed my PC sometimes goes very slow and mouse hardly moves.

What could this be?

I can not track it down, no error in event viewer so wonder what it is.

It has never done this untill now.

However if I unplug the internet all is back to normal.

  Valvegrid 20:03 15 Jul 03

Evening, is this similar?

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Paul.

  Gaz 25 20:07 15 Jul 03

No, it is my mouse that is slow, well my WHOLE pc, but only sometimes, soon as I pull the plug on the internet the problem goes.

Must be a Hacker? Even with my firewall?

  Gaz 25 20:09 15 Jul 03

Here...
Yes, dial-up but this isn't just net lag......Somehow the signals from my mouse, keyboard etc are taking ages to register and actually do. I type one letter and it's 3 secs b4 it shows up on screen. Offline is fine. Just noticed one of the few programmes that runs when online and not offline is tapiexe.exe........anyone know anything about that, please? Have run another anti virus, run spybot and ad aware and hijack this. Nothing unusual. Been happening for about 6 days now. :(

But NOT dial-up?

  Gaz 25 20:09 15 Jul 03

And it doesnt happen all the time.

  Gaz 25 20:10 15 Jul 03

Windows XP, 2600+ Athlon XP, 1Gb DDR, 120Gb HDD.

  Gaz 25 20:14 15 Jul 03

I dont have tapiexe.exe and have run virus scan too.

  MichelleC 20:16 15 Jul 03

Have you updated from M$ recently?

  Gaz 25 20:21 15 Jul 03

No, not downloading them.

  BillEmm 20:27 15 Jul 03

Are your keyboard and mouse of the USB variety?

Just a thought.

  Gaz 25 20:35 15 Jul 03

Yes, wireless USB.

But as I say only on the internet?

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