What is SDFix.exe?
SDFix.exe is a protective software created by Andy Manchesta. It is designed to effectively detect and remove various trojans and worms from a Windows computer.
You can view the SDFix Changelog for a complete list of malware programs that this software removes.
SDFix.exe works with the following versions of the Windows operating system:
Does SDFix.exe work in Normal Mode?
No, it doesn’t. To use SDFix.exe, you need to boot your system in Safe Mode and log in with Administrative rights.
How to use SDFix.exe?
To perform a malware scan on Windows XP and Windows 2000 PCs using the SDFix.exe virus removal tool, you need to first download the program and then run this program in Safe Mode.
Note: Before proceeding with the steps mentioned below, ensure you are logged in with an administrator account.
Here, C:\SDFix is the default folder where SDFix.exe extracts its files.
The program will now scan your PC for infection. This may take several minutes.
On reboot, SDFix will start automatically and perform one last malware check on your PC.
A view log will appear on your screen. Go through it to see which programs were removed from your PC.
Examples of Common Errors that SDFix.exe fixes
Note: To fix the errors discussed below you need to start your computer in Safe Mode and log in with administrative rights.
Error Message 1
“The command prompt has been disabled by your administrator.
Press any key to continue”
To fix the above error, perform the following steps:
%systemdrive%\ SDFix\apps\swreg IMPORT %systemdrive%\ SDFix\apps\Enable_Command_Prompt.reg
On Windows XP and Windows 2000 computers, the Command Prompt flashes and then turns off.
To repair this issue, perform the following steps:
%systemroot%\system32\cmd.exe /K %systemdrive%\ SDFix\apps\FixPath.exe
Is using SDFix.exe enough to tackle malware programs?
No, it isn’t. Remember SDFix only helps you get rid of certain malware programs from your PC. It is an effective program, but its range, both in terms of the service it provides and the malware it removes is limited. You should use SDFix.exe in removing the malware it claims to tackle, but should not use this tool as your primary protective tool.
To prevent malware from entering your system in the first place, it is imperative that you install reliable antimalware tools, such as Antivirus Plus and StopZilla. Also, do not forget to install a firewall on your system to monitor the traffic that enters or leaves your computer.
Driver Update: Some EXE errors are related to driver problems such as obsolete, outdated or incompatible drivers. A driver update tool is recommended to scan your system for corrupted and outdated drivers and to ensure that all your drivers stay up-to-date.
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