HDD Fix is a fake disk defragmentation program that displays false errors to scare you into thinking that there is something wrong with your computer. HDD Fix is installed with the help of Trojans that display fake error messages on the infected computer. These warnings will state that there is something wrong with your computer's hard drive and system memory. It will display numerous error messages when you attempt to launch programs. HDD Fix is a scam do not be scared into purchasing the program when you see its alerts and false scan results. Please use the removal instructions below to remove HDD Fix and other malware from your computer upon detection using an automatic removal tool.
HDD Fix will terminate some other programs on your computer and state that your hard drive is corrupted. The warning that you will see when you attempt run a program is:
While HDD Fix is running it will also display fake alerts from your Windows taskbar. These alerts are designed to further scare you into thinking that your computer has problems. The text of some of the alerts you may see include:
As you can see, HDD Fix is nothing more but a scam. Do not purchase it for any reason, and if you already have, please contact your credit card company and dispute the charge. The please use the removal guide below. We strongly recommend you to scan your computer with STOPzilla or any other legitimate anti-spyware programs to make sure that there are not other malware installed on your computer.
The latest parasite names used by FakeHDD:
HDD Fix manual removal:
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