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Tuesday, June 7, 2011

Remove Windows 7 Restore virus. How to get rid of Windows 7 Restore scam?

Are you having troubles with Windows 7 Restore virus? If this malware has penetrated inside of your workstation then you probably know that this is not the simple virus infection which can be easily removed by deleting several of its files and registry entries. Windows 7 Restore is quite a serious threat which can really damage your computer. The sooner you delete Windows 7 Restore the better. It should be in advance mentioned that Windows 7 Restore is the direct successor of Windows 7 Recovery malware infection, of which we told you in one of our previous posts. Hence, we already know what to expect of Windows 7 Restore.

Continuing the statement of the previous paragraph, there is nothing good to expect from Windows 7 Restore malware. Its only aim is to steal money from users by running fake system scans with presentation of further fake reports telling about plenty of problems detected with your computer (primarily related to hard drive issues). Indeed, there are problems inside of your machine, but keep in mind that all of them are caused by Windows 7 Restore itself. The problems occurred when Windows 7 Restore appeared in front of your desktop. Below is the brief list of all such problems:

  • Missing desktop and the icons on it. Inability to use the desktop in the normal mode.
  • Missing programs in the Start menu.
  • Permanent fake messages about plenty of problems with your HDD.
  • Possible inability to launch the decent applications in order to prevent them from running.
  • Possible blockage of Internet browser.

This is just the bried list. Under no circumstances should you buy Windows 7 Restore program, even when it tells you that you need to buy it to have all the issues on your PC fixed. This is just the pack of lies which has nothing to do with the reality. What you indeed must quickly do is to remove Windows 7 Restore scam. The video guide below will show you how to do it with the help of GridinSoft Trojan Killer (on the example of Windows 7 Recovery removal).

Another important task to accomplish is to restore your file system, desktop and other system settings back to the normal mode. Again, the simple video tutorial provided below will show you how to do it. We wish your computer to be entirely virus-free. We are confident that GridinSoft Trojan Killer will help you with this goal.

1 comment:

Steven said...

If you want to pay $45.00 this is a nice solution but overall this is just not a good solution for most people out there. Go elsewhere to look for other ways to remove this malware.

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