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How to Remove Win Hdd Virus From Windows 7 Computer

Academic Paper Review   by:Reffiie     Original Author: NN
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The article describes the procedure for removing Win HDD virus from your computer. The instructions provided here are reliable and correct to date. However, we still recommend you to follow them carefully to avoid facing virus removal problems.

Win HDD, a.k.a WinHDD, is a rogue system diagnostic and scanning program that is downloaded via a Trojan horse. The program displays your genuine programs like your antivirus program as a fake program, shows false system errors and virus alerts, and run fake virus scans on your infected computer. When infected with this virus, your internet connection may stop working or your computer will not shut down or reboot at all. You should immediately take remedial steps to remove it from your system. Here is your free virus removal support guide that will help you remove virus from your computer.

Instructions:
Save all your work, disconnect from your internet connection, and exit all the windows. Go to the System Restore utility and restore your computer to an earlier data or time. A word of caution here is that it will undo any recent changes that you made to your computer. It may be anything from installing drivers, toolbar, add-in, to a new program etc. You might need to reinstall the necessary software that was undone in System Restore. It totally depends on you whether you want to reinstall them or not.

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To go to System Restore, click the Start button and then type 'restore' (without quotes) in the Start Search menu. Do not hit Enter. Click on the System Restore link under Programs in the search results. When the System Restore window comes up, press the Next button. You will see a list of all the restore points. Click to choose your restore point and then hit Next. When you see the message Confirm your restore point, hit the Finish button.
Once you hit the Finish button, your computer will start rebooting to restore the settings. When finished, check the virus must have gone from your computer. However, now you must open your antivirus program, update it with latest virus definitions, and then run a full virus scan of your computer. You will be needed to reconnect to the internet connection to update your antivirus program. When done, prompt your antivirus to delete any infected files that were found during the scan. When done, exit the window and enjoy a virus-free experience and healthy computer again.
Another method of removing the virus is that you can manually remove the Win HDD virus files. Before you proceed, make sure that you completely understand technical aspects of your computer. If you make any wrong changes to your registry or files, your computer stands to face permanent or partial crash or other severe problem. Now that you have understood the risks involved in the manual virus removal procedure, let's start removing the virus.
Go to the Temp folder located in your C:\ drive> Documents and Settings> Username> Local Settings> Temp. When in the Temp folder, locate and delete these files viz. dfrg.exe, 98acf0.exe, dfrgr.exe, Win HDDUninstall Win HDD.Ink, and Win HDDWin HDD.Ink among others. Other than these, if you see any random character or name file like 56abhced.exe, edgiei.exe, 45drkek.exe etc., delete them.

Now go to the Programs folder in C: drive> Documents and Settings> Username> Start Menu> Programs. Locate the same above mentioned files and remove them. You must locate and remove other random character files too. Besides, after deleting all these files, Go to Recycle Bin and empty it. There should not remain any virus file in Recycle Bin too. When done, exit all the windows. Click on the Start menu and type 'regedit' in the Start Search menu. Select Registry Editor from the search results and open it.

If prompted for an admin password, enter it and continue. When in the Registry Editor window, click to expand the HKEY_CURRENT_USER branch of the registry. Navigate to Software> Microsoft> Windows> CurrentVersion> Run. When in the Run folder, look for the same above mentioned or random character files and delete them. If you are unable to locate them or make such changes, take help of a virus removal support expert but do not make wrong changes. It could results in system crash or other problems.

When done, exit all the windows. Launch your antivirus program, update it, and then run a full virus scan. When finished, prompt your antivirus to remove the infected files. You can also run an online virus scan from a website like Trend Micro. Download the House Call file from its website and run a full virus scan. Thereafter, prompt it to remove the infected files. You must also empty the Recycle Bin to make sure that no virus infected file remains there.
Published: March 15, 2012   
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