How to remove Smart HDD

Smart HDD is a new off the rogue FakeHDD family of fake security programs that created by inventive cyber criminals to gain money from selling licenses for this useless and dangerous program. The main danger of this kind is sneaking on the users’ credit card account information and stealing money from the accounts as soon as they got this info through the sale of licensed version. This program is a dangerous spyware that will download a whole bunch of other malware, and you need to remove Smart HDD from your PC as soon as possible.

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This scam is designed to scare the majority of users without strong PC tech background because with a hard drive boot sector error displayed by the fake scanner, it is not possible to start your PC at all, and should this happened, the Blue Screen of Death will be displayed. The reported by Smart HDD scary error just can’t exist on working system able to display these error messages in windows boxes.

To stop more malicious programs of these hackers from entering your computer, you need to remove Smart HDD as soon as possible. Try to use this registration key to temporarily stop Smart HD security alerts and make its removal possible


How To Remove Smart HDD Virus

Smart HDD blocks all legitimate antivirus programs and the system utilities. It blocks any software commonly used for the removal of these kind from PC. There are a professional automated malware removal utility designed to remove Smart HD and the bunch of similar infections in an automated process of scanning and removal all of the known traces of the malware present on your system.

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If you are quite confident Windows system user, you can try to remove Smart HD malware manually. You will need to start your system in Safe Mode, block Smart HD sites, stop and remove all the malware processes, find and remove all Smart HD files, and remove the records made by this infection in your system registry.

Smart HDD Manual Removal Instructions:

Stop Smart HDD related processes:

(some random chars).exe like

HELP: How to Stop Malicious Process

Find and Delete files related to Smart HDD:

%Temp%\(some random chars)
%Temp%\(some random chars).exe
%Temp%\(some random chars).dll
%Documents and Settings%\[User_Name]\Desktop\Smart HDD.lnk
%Documents and Settings%\[User_Name]\Start Menu\Programs\Smart HDD
%Documents and Settings%\[User_Name]\Start Menu\Programs\Smart HDD
%Documents and Settings%\[User_Name]\Start Menu\Programs\Smart HDD\Smart HDD.lnk
%Documents and Settings%\[User_Name]\Start Menu\Programs\Smart HDD\Uninstall Smart HDD.lnk

HELP: How to remove hidden files

Remove Smart HDD registry entries:

HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run “(random letters)”
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run “(random letters).exe”

HELP: How to edit Windows Registry

Note: If you are an experienced PC user with a professional level of skills in the Windows system management you might successfully remove Smart HD manually. Though, there is no guarantee that this malware won’t change and save some new file on your system that will restore the program’s most dangerous core on your system. Remember that any mistake made in the process of the infection removal can damage your system and make it inoperable. The automated and professional Smart HDD removal by specially designed and maintained professional utilities will made this process much quicker, easy and successful.

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