How to Remove Fake System Failure Warning to Unlock My PC?

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How to Remove Fake System Failure Warning to Unlock My PC?

Postby Ocean » 2013-03-14 4:12


How to regain access to a lockup computer? How to remove notification from the FBI Federal Bureau of Investigation which reads “System Failure”? How to get my PC back into normal in a quick and easy way? If you are struggling with this fake system failure warning, then directly refer to the solution we provide below and follow closely to remove the warning so as to unlock you PC.

Fake system failure warning from the FBI Federal Bureau of Investigation is in fact a ransomware made to confuse people with scary words. The cyber criminals who made such malware aims at tricking innocent victims into paying “fine” via several payment systems, such as Ukash, or Paysafecard. Such fake notification seems authentic with the local police badge, and exactly the same name of the authority. This ransomware is designed very offensive which use very cunning way to scare users with a lot of deceitful fake accusations. If the victim happens to be a computer novice, and has no idea about such computer screenlock virus, then he is likely to fall prey to the unscrupulous cyber crooks. It’s painful to have such kind of computer threats that we have to struggle hard to remove it.

See the Screenshot of fake system failure warning from FBI Federal Bureau of Investigation:

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Don’t be terrified by the words delivered by the notification. Keep calm and follow the instruction we provide below to remove the ransomware.

Fake system failure warning from the FBI Federal Bureau of Investigation Quick Removal Guide:

Tool Needed for the fix: Anvi Rescue Disk & Anvi Smart Defender

Anvi Rescue Disk (Freeware) Download — Kill the ransomware (Please note that this is a large download, please be patient during the process)
Anvi Smart Defender (Free/Pro) Download — Clean out all remnants, and repair registry errors.

Equipment Requirements:

1. A clean (disinfected) computer.
2. An USB drive. (Or CD/DVD)
3. Make sure the infected computer is well connected to the Internet.

Note: If you failed to connect with the Internet, please refer to this thread:

http://forums.anvisoft.com/viewtopic-45-2821-0.html

Scroll down, and find the Tutorial on Network Configuration to fix the problem.

Things you do on the disinfected computer:

Step 1: Plug in the USB drive to the disinfected computer, and boot the PC in normal mode.

Step 2: Download the Anvi Rescue Disk and Anvi Smart Defender.

Anvi Rescue Disk Free Download

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Anvi Smart Defender Free Download

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Please Notice: The download may require a few minutes as the file is large. Please be patient.

Step 3: Locate the zip file after download completes.

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Step 4: Unzip it to folder, you will find two files: BootUsb.exe and Rescue.iso.

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Step 5: Double click on BootUsb.exe, you will receive a window (as shown in step 6) guiding you to burn the file.

Step 6: Click on the Button (circled in red) to choose file, select Rescue.iso, and hit Start Burning. (Make sure your USB drive has enough space to record the file.)

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Step 7: Wait until you receive below message.

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Fix the ransomware on the infected computer:

Step 8: Transfer the USB drive to the infected computer. Restart the PC and configure the computer to boot from USB drive (CD/DVD) that recorded Anvi Rescue Disk.

Normally, by pressing F8 key before Windows start, you can load USB boot menu, if it doesn’t work, then try the following key or key combinations:

F2, F8 , F10, F11, Delete,
Ctrl+Esc,
Ctrl+Ins,
Ctrl+Alt,
Ctrl+Alt+Esc
Ctrl+Alt+Enter
Ctrl+Alt+Del
Ctrl+Alt+Ins
Ctrl+Alt+S

For different motherboard, you need to try different ways to load the USB boot menu, yet, usually the information about how to enter boot menu is shown on the screen at the start of the OS boot. See below image for your reference.

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Step 9: If you successfully enter Anvisoft Rescue Disk Manu, you will see below screen. Select the language and press Enter to continue.

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Step 10. After entering the mini operating system> Find the Recue file and double-click to run it.

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Step 11. Click Scan Computer and wait until the detection completes.

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Step 12. Click “Fix Now” to remove the detected threat.

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Step 13. Switch to Repair tab. Scan and fix the registry error with the “Repair” module of Anvi Rescue Disk.

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Important Note: You should repair the registry error damaged by the virus after killing the ransomware, or you will be probably disabled to boot your Windows in normal mode.

Step 14. Double click on the Anvi Smart Defender setup package to install.

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Step 15. Update the malware database to the latest version and run a full scan.

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Step 16. Click the Repair button to remove all threats found.

Step 17. Switch to PC Tuneup button> Click Care Now> Clear all remnants found.

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Step 18. Restart your PC in normal mode to enjoy a clean system!

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