[SOLVED] please help, im having a wierd problem after upgrading RAM

ismmostaar1

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i have 6GB ddr3 1333mhz, 3x2GB ,two rams are samsung and the other is kingston and they all worked great for the past two years

Yesterday i added another 2GB, it was samsung so now i have 3 samsung rams and one kingston
after installing it everythink was normal and cpuz said i have 8GBs.

Then i started to have this very wierd problem when softwares keeps poping up and opening
for example when i open an mp3 file the player keeps opening hundreds of mp3s until the pc freezes.
Also when im writing a topic like this one , the enter button keeps pressing it self for no reason

The biggest problem now is even i have removed this extra ram and using only my old 6GB rams i still have this problem and it wont go away.

I don't know if the extra ram was bad and affected the others or some like that, could the motherboard be affected?

Now please help me i only want my pc back! i use it for school, my desktop is dell optiplex 980 sff
thank you so much
 
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as moderator said Adding more RAM may have had nothing to do with it. It could be issue with your keyboard.

Disconnect your keyboard and try launching a software and check if problem persist.

If it still persist, try cleaning your pc with adwcleaner, then malewarebytes (free) and then some good antivirus program.
use trial versions of a good antivirus if you don't already have antivirus.
 
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the RAM you added is not the issue. Please explain the issue with the undesired operations in more detail so I can better assist you...

also, call the ghostbusters on that shit, I think your PC is being possessed...
 
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as moderator said Adding more RAM may have had nothing to do with it. It could be issue with your keyboard.

Disconnect your keyboard and try launching a software and check if problem persist.

If it still persist, try cleaning your pc with adwcleaner, then malewarebytes (free) and then some good antivirus program.
use trial versions of a good antivirus if you don't already have antivirus.
 
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ismmostaar1

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as moderator said Adding more RAM may have had nothing to do with it. It could be issue with your keyboard.

Disconnect your keyboard and try launching a software and check if problem persist.

If it still persist, try cleaning your pc with adwcleaner, then malewarebytes (free) and then some good antivirus program.
use trial versions of a good antivirus if you don't already have antivirus.
You were right, it was the keyboard i Disconnected it and the isue is now gone
also i did full scans as moderator suggest so thanks so much to all of you.
 
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