Remove ‘Explorer.exe Corrupt Disk’ scary alert

Are you scared with the warning that says ‘Explorer.exe Corrupt Disk’ and pops up repeatedly in the bottom-right section of your desktop? Well, you surely have a reason for being scared. This message is the part of System Repair fake hard drive defragmenter (fake HDD). This program is a bogus system optimizer that comes to computers without permission of users. In fact, the very infiltration process is hidden from user’s attention. After successful installation without user’s approval System Repair modifies your system settings in order to be self-launched automatically each time you turn the computer on. Immediately the hoax begins scaring users with a lot of deceitful statements about various fake system, hard drive and memory errors, bugs and malfunctions. All of them aren’t real problems; they were invented by this malware to scare users. Here is one of the messages that are integrated into System Repair scam:

Explorer.exe – Corrupt Disk
Exception Processing Message 0xC0000397 Parameters 0x7C80001A 0x000003FB 0x7C8002CD 0x7C8006E9

Without a doubt, you must ignore this faulty alert, no matter how scary it is and in spite of repeated appearance of it on your screen. There will be many other similar alerts, and all of them have in mind to scare users into buying the activation key of System Repair fake HDD. This bogus system optimization utility promises to speed up your system and to fix all bugs. In fact, it only makes the mess out of your system, files and folders. By the way, it bears the direct responsibility for hiding the majority of your important data.

To sum up, System Repair is a virus (fake HDD application). Its alerts and notifications are all fake and must not be treated as serious. So, ignore them all, including the alert that says ‘Explorer.exe – Corrupt Disk’. You may remove this scam and restore your hidden files as clearly described below.


Screenshot of scary alert:

Explorer.exe Corrupt Disk

In order to delete System Repair rogue from your workstation it is strongly advised that you first run GridinSoft Trojan Killer. Use Win + E” hotkey to open “My Computer”. In the address field you may insert the address of GridinSoft Trojan Killer’s site http://trojan-killer.net and download our recommended malware removal tool. Install and update it, run the scan and delete all threats it finds by pressing “Remove selected” button. Then download two extra free tools called Unhider.exe and Restore.exe. Run both of them and reboot your PC. Good luck! The download links are as follows:

System Repair detailed removal guide:

http://trojan-killer.net/system-repair-virus-removal-tool/

Removal video at YouTube:

System Repair manual remover:

Delete System Repair files:
%AppData%MicrosoftInternet ExplorerQuick LaunchSystem_Repair.lnk
%Desktopdir%System_Repair.lnk
%Programs%System RepairSystem Repair.lnk
%Programs%System RepairUninstall System Repair.lnk
%CommonAppData%[rnd_0].exe
%CommonAppData%[rnd_1]
%CommonAppiData%[rnd_1].exe

Delete System Repair registry entries:

HKLMSOFTWAREMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionRun[rnd_0].exe %CommonAppData%[rnd_0].exe
HKLMSOFTWAREMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionpoliciessystemDisableTaskMgr 0

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