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Monday, February 25, 2013

'System Message - Error Seek' scam from System Repair virus

System Repair is a fake hard drive defragmentation utility that plays the role of some system optimizer. It displays the bunch of fake system error alerts, popups and warnings to scare users tremendously. It reports all sorts of fake hard drive, system and memory errors to make users believe that their system is in danger. All information presented by this malware should never be trusted by you. The message that says 'System message - Error Seek' is just one of many examples of so many fake alerts and warnings reported by System Repair malware.

Displaying the multitude of fake system warnings and notifications is not the only bad thing associated with System Repair hoax. The worst thing is that once this scam attacks your system it hides the majority of your files, folders and other important data on your computer. However, the files have not been removed. They were relocated by the malware into specifically designated folder called 'smtmp' located in Temp directory.

When you deal with System Repair scam please be not scared with the totally black of blank screen of your computer. You will not see the ordinary background of your computer, neither will you see the important files and documents on it. Nevertheless, there are ways how you can restore all your files that were hidden by this scam. You simply need to follow our malware removal guidelines described below. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact us at any time of your convenience.

Quotation from scary fake error message:

System message – Error Seek
The device cannot locate a specific area or track on the disk. The system cannot find the drive specified. Storage to process this request is not available.

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