The message “System Error.Hard disk failure detected” will appear on your screen if your PC is infected with a fake hard drive defragmentation tool (HDD). The bogus warning should be ignored, because it is one of the methods for convincing a computer user that the full version of HDD should be used. The system may be infected with File Recover, Data Recovery or Smart HDD, which are notorious for presenting imaginary system errors, some of which may seem illogical to advanced computer users. Hence it is vital to remove the infection to prevent the simulated message from being displayed.
Besides receiving “System Error.Hard disk failure detected”, it is very likely that you will notice that the system’s performance has impaired. The programs you want to launch may not open as quickly as usual, and the Internet speed may be slower. Not surprisingly, the system is impaired by the same program that keeps popping up the bogus message:
System Error. Hard disk failure detected
It is highly advisable to run complete HDD scan to prevent loss of personal files.
To make the user acquire the non-functional program, the rogue HDD provides him or her with two options in the message: to “Scan and repair” and “Cancel and restart”. If you click on any of the options, you will be either informed about other supposed errors or flooded with numerous messages of the same content.
As the program which is responsible for presenting the bogus notification is not real, you should immediately remove it in order to get rid of the message saying that your valuable files are at risk. To remove of the warning “System Error.Hard disk failure detected”, use a legitimate and powerful spyware removal tool; otherwise, the infection may not be removed completely or not identified at all. Our team recommends that you use SpyHunter, because this tool can fully remove different infections and provide the system with the best full-time protection.