|It's finished scanning, and there's about 17 detection's. Something related to Malware protection live, and something called a PUP.optional.spigot which there is five of in the temp folder.|
The timing of the re-connections are so coincidental it's almost making me think there's a hacker. Which makes no sense because why would someone be messing with something as minuscule as that.
Here's some side effects I've noticed about the Re-connections.
-Headset reconnecting while watching a youtube, or any video will cause the video to have an error.
-The mouse does not entirely disconnect, since the laser pointer is still powered even though it's not appeared on the screen.
-While playing a game and the headset reconnects, game audio is gone for a few sec, but then comes back with a slight change in audio quality. (example, no stereo)
Also i'd like to point out that this problem only appeared when I installed the drivers for the headset (The headset is called steelseries siberia 150) So I doubt it has any faults with the computer. However, Plugging out the headset is still to no effect for the mouse as it will still reconnect.
Do you think it could be related to a problem with the drivers? I've had other headsets in the past, which by the way, all came with drivers that needed to be installed.
Edit: I just realized that in the bottom right corner on the desktop, where I can show the hidden icons, it says "safely eject hardware and media" Could that have anything to do with it?
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