What and How do I fix this "System Check" thing on my PC?
So I was just browsing through the net and this system check popped up causing every program I have on my laptop to disappear. It keeps saying I have some system error going on with my PC. How do I fix it without losing any files from my PC and what should I do to prevent this from happening again!!
PS this is the second time already. First time, I got my brother to help fix it but he's not home at the moment and I need to use my PC ASAP for a school paper.
- T JLv 59 years agoFavorite Answer
This is a virus and you should use a good antivirus program to clean up your computer before you do anything on it. Also, you should have an antivirus active on your computer at all times, checking your every click for security threats. If you don't, you are bound to get this or another virus sooner or later. Here is an article on best antivirus software for 2012 - http://www.auslogics.com/en/articles/what-is-the-b...
- enoLv 44 years ago
I consider there will have to nonetheless be an alternative to mention "I disagree" with no need to mention anything/argue with the man or woman. I imply, in the event that they get rid of the alternative to mention "I disagree" completely then you definitely run the chance of violations given that you had been "chatting". I've no longer see the brand new ranking procedure but. But I do like listening to the choices of "valuable", "informative", "I agree", or "a laugh". I nonetheless consider there will have to be an alternative for "I disagree" so humans don't seem to be arguing increasingly. You can simply disagree and transfer on instead than have got to state it for your reply. I consider you are making a well factor regardless that. This does look to be a "PC" form factor, a minimum of to me. If humans get that afflicted over any one giving a thumbs right down to them, I rather do not consider that is the position for them. I'm used to the thumbs down. It's simply side of Y!A.
- soupfineLv 79 years ago
System Check removal guide
follow the guide step by step
All your files are still there, they've just been marked as "hidden" and all the error messages you are getting are bogus and coming from the malware.
- Anonymous9 years ago
Step-by-step 'System Check' malware removal guide:
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- Anonymous9 years ago
Download Tuneup utilities or any other system analyzing software and scan for errors.