Critical Error because of Virus

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Hi! 

Several days ago I opened a link from the internet and my IDM ( Internet Download Manager ) showed up with confirmation to download a PDF file. I thought it's only a PDF file and what's the harm that could happen. After the download was finished I tried to open the file but it was taking a long time to open the file and in the end it failed and there was an error message 'The system has detected a problem with one or more installed IDE/SATA Hard disks. It is recommended that you restart the system' 

Suddenly there's a pop up from Windows 7 Restore with error report :

  1. A Problem Detected While Reading Boot Operating System
  2. Hard Drive Doesn't respond to system commands – Critical Error
  3. RAM Memory Defrag mentation is Required. Only 20% of RAM is Free to Use
  4. RAM Memory Temperature is 83 C. Optimization is required for normal RAM Functioning
  5. Boot Sector of the hard drive disk is damaged – Critical Error
  6. File Placement on hard drive is not optimized. Defrag mentation is Required
  7. 39% of HDD in Unreadable
  8. 1532 MB to be Removed for computer performance optimization

And of course there is another warning 'Windows Was Unable to save all the data for the file\System32\496A8300. The data has been lost. This error may be caused by a failure of your computer hardware'

I can't even open my files or games and it happened to my laptop and desktop. Please help me fix this problem.

Thanks,
Chris
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Answered By 0 points N/A #113746

Critical Error because of Virus

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OK dear! here is the solution, do you know about the system restore point. May be you do? So do the following steps to clear your virus.

When your computer is starting a screen comes and it tells a key for safe mode program where in most computers it is the F8 key. So  while booting you have to press that key several times till a screen comes showing the following options:

Run in safe mode.

Run in command Prompt. You have to select the safe mode and after this windows will load in safe mode. Now when it is loaded it will show you the message for system restore point you have to check it.

Now when System restore point is opened you can set a previous time when the file you are talking about was not installed. Just enter that time and click Ok and  your system will be restored to a previous point. 

Or

Just go to services in your computer by going to START and press RUN. Now type services.msc and disable those services which are not working. If the problem still remains then you will have to format your hard drives and reinstall Windows.

Melevia Paul.

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