Get Rid of BSOD: DllRegisterServer Failed with the Error Code 0×80040201

By | September 8, 2015

I received a warning that said: BSOD: DLL Register Server failed with the error code 0×80040201. Then it gave an IP address…and said my windows firewall was infected. It then told me that Rootkit.Sirefef.spy and trojan virus were found in System 32 NT (Network Threat Protection) Kernel…And then I was told to call 1-888-528-3804…”

BSOD-DllRegisterServer-failed

This fake bsod (blue screen of death) will freeze your web browser and stop you in its domain. If you want to drop out this domain, you should go to your task manager (ctrl+shift+esc) and end the process (iexplorer.exe, firefox.exe, or chrome.exe – depends on what browser you use).
Commonly, it is usually caused by PUP or even malware. It is listed as a tech support scam created to ask innocent users to contact its helpline. You should ignore this fake bsod error and try your best to remove that malware that cause this pop-up. Please note that this fake bsod can hijack your homepage and modify other important settings after infiltration. It redirects your web, generate malicious cookies, bad even monitor your computer. It will even make your computer vulnerable and download other malware.

How to Remove Fake BSOD Popup Easily?

This nasty popup freezes your web browser and mess up your computer. You are recommended to remove it from your computer. If you want to get rid of effective and quickly, you can follow the removal guides below.

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Guide 1: Erase Fake BSOD Popup Homepage Manually

Step 1. Stop Fake BSOD Popup running processes in Windows Task Manager first.

( Methods to open Task Manager: Press CTRL+ALT+DEL or CTRL+SHIFT+ESC or Press the Start button->click on the Run option->Type in taskmgr and press OK.)

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Step 2. Uninstall Fake BSOD Popup from Control Panel.

Windows 8

  1. Right click “Start” button or lower left corner of your desktop to open the Menu.
  2. Select “Control Panel” option in the menu.
  3. Click “Uninstall a Program” to open the list of installed programs.
  4. Select malicious program and click “Uninstall” button.

Windows 7 or Vista

  1. Click on “Start” button placed at the bottom left corner.
  2. Click “Control Panel” option in the Start menu
  3. Locate “Uninstall a program“/”Programs and Features” option in the Control Panel menu
  4. Scroll through the program list and highlight malicious program. Then, click “Uninstall

Step 3. Remove Fake BSOD Popup from your browser.

Internet Explorer

  • Open Internet Explorer > Tools > Manager Add-on > Tools and Extensions> search for Fake BSOD Popup > click Disable

ie manage add on or options

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  • Go to Internet Option from the top right menu > General > Home page> delete ransom URL and type your default homepage URL, for example www.google.com. And then navigate to Browser History, click Delete…, and then click OK.

general opt delete cookies

Google Chrome

  • Launch up Google Chrome> click Tools on top right menu> click Extension> search for Fake BSOD Popup> click trash bin

chrome_extension

Select Settings > On Startup > Set pages > Change/remove the URL of the unreliable search tool and click OK.

on startup

Move to Appearance and select Show Home button. Click Change andremove Fake BSOD Popup. And then go to Manage search engines.., make Google as default search engine.

new tab page

Mozilla Firefox

Open Firefox, navigate to browser menu in the top right, and select Add-ons > Extension > remove Fake BSOD Popup.

add-on2

Simultaneously tap Alt+T keys and select Options > General tab and move to the Home Page. Overwrite/remove the Home Page URL and click OK.

homepage1

On Firefox, tab Alt and H altogether, select Troubleshooting Information > Reset > Reset Firefox

reset-firefox

Note: The manual removal is possibly hard for you. Make sure that you can handle it by yourself. If you can not make it on your own, you are recommended to download useful removal tools SpyHunter to assist you. Please read the following post carefully.

Guide 2: Remove Fake BSOD Popup Automatically with SpyHunter

Step 1. Download SpyHunter for automatic remover.

a) Click the icon below to download SpyHunter automatically.

download SpyHunter

b) Follow the instructions to install SpyHunter

spyhunter run

spyhunter setup

spyhunter setup

Step 2. Run SpyHunter to fully scan your PC

Run SpyHunter and click “Malware Scan” button to scan your PC for Searchplazanow.info items

malware scan

Step 3. Show the scan result and delete all detected items.

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Optimize Your Computer After Browser Hijacker Deletion (Optional)

There may be many residual files and invalid registry entries left behind to occupy your computer disk space and weaken your computer performance. From this perspective, you may need the help of a system cleaner and optimizer. You could use RegCure Pro.

Tip 1. Click the icon to download the most popular computer optimizer RegCure Pro

download RegCure Pro

Tip 2. Follow the instructions to get the tool installed

run the file

installing regcure pro
Tip 3. Run RegCure Pro to start a scan on your computer

It will begin to automatically scan your computer for errors

system scan

Tip 4. Use the in-built “Fix All” scheduler to automate the optimization process

fix all

Warm tips: if the manual removal guide is too complicated for you and you want to remove it quickly and safely, you are welcome to download SpyHunter automatic removal tool to get rid of Fake BSOD Popup immediately!

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