System Doctor 2014 Virus Interface



System Doctor 2014 is a rogue application that claims to provide spyware removal, memory protection services and also a firewall. Once it has been installed on your computer it  begins to perform fake scans of your system. After it completes it's quick bogus scans, it displays a list of threats that it has found on your computer. It offers to remove the threats if only after you purchase a full Edition license of the program. If you cancel the scan or attempt to close the rogue program, it just pops right back up with claims of serious threats that you should allow it to remove by purchasing the Full Edition of System Doctor 2014. Under no circumstances should you purchase a license for this rogue program. You would only be placing your credit card information at serious risk. This fake anti-virus program can't be removed by conventional techniques. It may also hinder your efforts at trying to find a solution online to remove it from your computer. You may be able to slow the pop ups that it displays by registering it with registration code: AA39754E-715219CE


How To Remove System Doctor 2014 From Your Computer


Removal Option #1


To remove System Care 2014 from your computer, you'll need to download a few utilities on a clean computer and then transfer them to the computer that has been compromised by System Care. You can transfer the files via a flash drive or cd. These utilities include:


Combofix

Malwarebytes




System Doctor 2014 Removal Step By Step


  1. First, if the infected computer is already on, restart it in "Safe Mode"



















  1. At the logon screen select a user with administrative rights and log into that account.
  2. Agree to the "Safe Mode" disclaimer if one appears.
  3. Next, if you have an anti-virus installed and it's real time protection is active, disable it before proceeding any further.
  4. Next, insert the cd or flash drive with the copied virus removal utilities.
  5. Navigate to the downloaded files on the external drive and execute the copy of "Combofix".
  6. It will take around 15 minutes or more to complete it's scan and removal procedure.
  7. Once "Combofix" has completed it's scan and removal of any possible threats, restart the system again, but this time start it into "Safe Mode with Networking".













  1. Log back into the account with administrative rights.
  2. Next open the drive with the virus removal utilities and install the copy of "Malwarebytes" from the drive.
  3. Once Malwarebytes has been installed, update it and then execute a full system scan.



















  1. After Malwarebytes has completed, quarantine any threats that it finds and then reboot your computer normally.
  2. Check for any indications of System Doctor 2014, such as it's pop ups. And also open a web browser and try to access a site such as "Symantec.com".


If the computer appears clean and there are no longer any pop ups, your work should be complete at this point. But if you couldn't remove System Doctor using the above instructions, proceed to the next rogue anti-virus removal technique below.


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System Doctor 2014 Removal Guide Option #2


  1. With the virus removal utilities on the cd or flash drive, restart the infected computer into "Safe Mode with Command Prompt".














  1. Log into an account with administrative rights
  2. Agree to the "Safe Mode" disclaimer.
  3. Insert the cd or flash drive with the utilities that you downloaded into the infected computer
  4. Next at the command prompt, navigate to the external drive by type it's drive letter with a colon directly after it. (example D:)
  5. Next, if you created a directory on the drive and then downloaded the files into that directory type "CD {Your Directory's Name}". In our example we'll use drive "D" with a directory name of "Software". So at the command prompt you would type "CD software" without the quotation marks.













  1. Next, type "Dir" at the prompt to display the contents of the directory.
  2. Next, execute the copy of "Combofix" and as before make sure your currently installed anti-virus isn't active. If your anti-virus is active Combofix will warn you of it.














  1. Let Combofix complete it's scan without interruption.
  2. Once Combofix has finished, install the copy of Malwarebytes from the external drive by typing it's complete file name. In our example we kept the original file name so you would type "Mbam-setup.exe".














  1. Once malwarebytes is installed, perform a full system scan with it and quarantine any threats that it finds.


After it has completed, restart your computer normally and check for System Doctor 2014 pop ups. Also check your Internet access by trying to visit a security related website such as  "Mcafee.com". If the system functions normally without pop ups, your work should be complete at this point. If your system still displays symptoms of the System Doctor virus, you'll need to contact a professional virus removal specialist to resolve your computer's infection






Smith Technical Resources makes no guarantees or claims that the information contained in this article will help you completely remove the above listed malicious program(s) from your computer.  There are several variations of each particular virus in the wild . And the procedure listed above may not be adequate for the specific version of the virus that your computer has been compromised by.

If you feel uncomfortable performing any of the procedures that we've listed on this page, please contact a professional computer repair company in your area and have them complete the needed repairs on your computer. Smith Technical Resources takes no responsibility for any possible damage that could result from your use of the above instructions.


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