Description of HDD Rescue consequences of its residing on your PC
If you need your PC performance to show its maximum, remove HDDRescue (HDD Rescue), despite the program’s promises to optimize your PC. The first thing improved by this program is your system settings as the adware makes it possible to violate your right of choosing programs to run and websites to visit. Furthermore, in many instances, this pretended optimizer is dropped by dangerous worms or trojans. Even if they were safe, it would not satisfy users of infected computers , because the program they install would not be their choice.
Click here and get rid of HDDRescue as this is one single advice for any fake system optimizer starting from System Defragmenter, the opening adware detected in the niche.
HDD Rescue Technical Details
- Full name: HDD Rescue, HDDRescue, HDD-Rescue
- Version: 2011
- Type: Rogue anti-spyware, Fake defragmenter
- Origin: Russian federation
Signs of being infected with HDD Rescue:
The adware shows a great number of system tray popups. It may also install its icon there (in the system tray). Its system tray alerts are usually titled Critical Error. One of the alerts is titled elsewise, namely System Restore. It reads as follows:
“The system has been restored after a critical error. Data integrity and hard drive integrity verification required.”
There is no system restore before this alert, unless a user performs it deliberately. System reboot is quite possible before this alert or the adware attempts to put it into first place in the Windows session.
Its nag screens can be launched by user, but usually self-launch. The adware shows them in a while after Windows launching.
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Automatic Removal of HDD Rescue from your PC:
The free scan is a great option for assessing the number of suspicious and obviously malicious entries on your PC. To launch free scan and delete HDDRescue as one of the malicious components detected, follow the link below.
Manual Removal of HDD Rescue:
There is no use starting something where the chance for its failure on the middle of way is greater than for finishing. That is why Safe Mode is a must, for the adware with its rootkits has every opportunity to interfere with your removal attempt under normal settings, so the rootkits prevents HDDRescue removal, if Safe Mode is not set.
Remove HDD Rescue files and dll’s:
%Documents and Settings%\[User_Name]\Desktop\HDD Rescue.lnk
%Documents and Settings%\[User_Name]\Start Menu\Programs\HDD Rescue
%Documents and Settings%\[User_Name]\Start Menu\Programs\HDD Plus\HDD Rescue.lnk
%Documents and Settings%\[User_Name]\Start Menu\Programs\HDD Plus\Uninstall HDD Rescue.lnk
Unregister HDD Rescue registry values: