Monday, October 12, 2015

How to Remove Error Code UR97L1DA2TA Pop-up Tech Scam?

I have a Critical Security Warning pop-up with an error code UR97L1DA2TA. It also says my Windows security center and firewall services are disabled and my TCP connection was blocked by firewall. This pop-up keeps coming. Is there a real error code UR97L1DA2TA? How do I get rid of it?

What is Error Code UR97L1DA2TA?

The so-called detected error code UR97L1DA2TA is a hoax alluring the innocent users to call for the false tech support. It says it has halted all your resources to prevent any additional damage to your system and info and if you don’t fix it immediately you may suffer from identity theft.

Actually, this pop-up is a fake one that may be caused by some unwanted application installed on your computer. You are not recommended to call the tech support. Instead, you should find out and remove the unwanted application and this pop-up from your computer immediately. Once infected, you will often find this annoying pop-up on your computer and have difficulty in getting it to go away. Seriously, this pop-up may take control of your browser by replacing your home page and new tab. When you open your browser, you will come to this suspected domain rather than your default home page.

Once you encounter this troublesome pop-up, you should take immediate actions to deal with it and protect your PC from system damage and information leakage.

How to Remove Error Code UR97L1DA2TA Pop-up?

There may be some unwanted programs in your computer and add-ons on your browser. You should remove all of them and then restore your important settings. Here is a removal video and a manual guide below that you can refer to.

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Method 1: Watch Relevant Removal Video for Help

Method 2: Manually Erase Error Code UR97L1DA2TA from IE/FF/Chrome

Step 1: End suspicious process in Windows Task Manager.

Right click the blank Windows Taskbar and select Start Task Manager to open. If your IE is infected and stuck in Error Code UR97L1DA2TA, you should end the main iexplorer.exe. FF and Chrome are respectively corresponding to firefox.exe and chrome.exe.

Step 2: Remove Bedidfbcif and ProPCCleaner from control panel.

Windows 8 & Windows 8.1

  1. Slide the mouse cursor to the bottom right corner of your screen.
  2. Click Settings on the Charm bar and go to Control Panel.
  3. Select Uninstall a program and remove unwanted program.
Windows Vista & Windows 7

  1. Open the Start menu and click Control Panel.
  2. Go to Uninstall a program and remove wanted program.
Windows XP

  1. Open the Start menu and navigate to Control Panel.
  2. Select Add or remove programs and uninstall unwanted program.

Step 3: Remove browser hijacker from your browser and restore changes.

Internet Explorer

1. Open Internet Explorer, then click on the gear icon (Tools for Windows XP users) at the top (far right), then select Manage add-ons.

2. From the Toolbars and Extensions tab, select suspicious toolbar and right click on the item and the click Disable.

3. On Search Providers, remove unwanted search provider from the list and enable the one you want.

4. Click the General tab and move to the Home Page. Overwrite/remove the Home Page URL and click OK.

5. Open Internet Explorer, then click on the gear icon (Tools for Windows XP users) at the top (far right), then select Internet Option > advanced > reset

Mozilla Firefox

1. Click on the button at the top right corner to open Menu > Add-ons > Extensions

2. Find suspicious related add-ons and delete them.

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

4. Open Firefox, press Alt + H, and select Troubleshooting Information > reset

Google Chrome.

1. Click on the Customize icon(wrench or 3 bar icon) next to the address bar and navigate to Tools > Extensions.

2. Find suspicious related add-ons and delete them

3. Move to Search and click Manage search engines…Click X on the URL of the search tool you want to remove. Click Done.

4. Select settings > advanced settings > reset

Step 4: Erase Error Code UR97L1DA2TA from local disk.

Show hidden folder: start menu >> type 'folder options' and hit enter >> 'View' >> show hidden folder

Delete suspicious files from the folders below.

C:\Program Files\<random>

Step 5: Delete corrupted registry entries.

Press Win & R on your keyboard. Type 'regedit' and hit enter.

Click Edit > Find...


After finishing all these steps, you may have already get rid of this browser hijacker. Good luck to you.

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