Possible virus on computer/computer restarting

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It seemed that there is a problem with my computer that is why I was thinking maybe it was infected with a virus? I was trying to fix it myself when suddenly this repair interface error message came out.

 

Crltical Hard Disk Driver Error:

Windows 7 Repair detected a bad sector on your hard disk drive. This error may cause the following problems:

-Data corruption and loss

– Hand drive inaccessbality

– System errors and failures.

What do I have to do with this?

Is restarting the system an option?

Please help me.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #139092

Possible virus on computer/computer restarting

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Hello,

Improper maintenance of your PC produces this repairs interface error message. Sometime this problem is produced due to broken system registry structures or missing system files. It is not a virus problem. It is a registry problem of your computer.

We can easily solve this problem by using RegCure. RegCure is a computer repair tool. It is used to repair interface problems and errors. Please see below URL.

http://www.paretologic.com/lp/clickbank/regcure/11/index.php

Use this free scan method, otherwise download RegCure and install RegCure for free, then scan your PC. Next click the fix error button to repair.

This RegCure improves your PC speed and it also repairs system registry structure.

Thanks.

Answered By 0 points N/A #139093

Possible virus on computer/computer restarting

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Respected,
 
"Windows 7 repair" tool is not what it looks like. It is not a system-optimization tool, it is a malware that infected your computer!
 
You need to clean it up – for example with Malwarebytes’ Antimalware (you can download free trial from here) 
 
Run first flash scan, clean all infected items, restart your computer.
malwarebytes

 

After that, run full system scan (all your hard-drive partitions), clean all infected items and restart your computer.

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