Hello, every time when I go to the Internet, I am always getting a security virus solicitation from another firm.  It keeps running a verbal message saying “Your Windows (Microsoft) Computer has been blocked!”. It urges me to call +1-888-432-immediately to contact Microsoft technician to unblock my computer. I am just wondering if that is really from Windows system scan report. I am afraid that is a scam thing or virus. Could you please help me solve this blocker on my browser?

Browser’s frozen by BSOD DLL Virus Warning “BSOD : DLL RegisterServer failed”? What’s it?


BSOD DLL Virus is actually the “BSOD: DLL RegisterServer failed with the error code” popup blocking web browser including Internet Explorer, Microsoft Edge, Google Chrome, and Firefox and so on. “BSOD: DLL RegisterServer failed” popup warning is just a scam alert to scare and defraud computer users that their computer is severely infected and urges users to call Microsoft support to fix the problem, but actually that is a bogus warning or your  computer may not have virus or malware on computer. BSOD DLL Virus is created to mislead and instruct people to pay for useless service or unwanted software installed into computer online, which is a tricking tactic created by those cyber hackers to extort people out of money. If you call the hot-line number expecting to get tech support, you will be asked to pay for their service or software at a very high price or your phone account will be billed with unexpected amount unconsciously. And if they offer installing software, the software should be useless even a kind of malware or virus. therefore, if you web browser is blocked by this BSOD DLL Virus warning message, you should not trust it but search its information that if there is anyone like you met the same problem. Here below is the sample of this “BSOD: DLL RegisterServer failed with the error code” warning message:

BSOD : DLL RegisterServer failed with the error code 0x80040202

Windows Defender Error Code: 0x80073afd


Error Code 0x800705b3 when starting Windows Defender

Windows Defender Time Out Error code 0x800705b3.

Error code 0x800705b4 when trying to open Windows Defender


Browser: Edge

OS: Windows





BSOD DLL Virus inserts its malicious codes like adware, extension, add-on or plugin into web browser, and then the adware or malicious extension causes this fake “BSOD: DLL RegisterServer failed with the error code” warning alert when you open websites or when you visit hacked or virus-infected websites. And usually the BSOD DLL virus is displayed on those hacked websites, inserted into free-downloading application installer, added into spam email links or attachment or made as a file and so on. Therefore, when you get on the internet, please don’t visit suspicious malware websites, as once you visit the page, this BSOD DLL virus will soon drop into your computer. Once the virus gets on your computer, it will soon use its codes to control your web browser and display the fake warning “BSOD: DLL RegisterServer failed with the error code”. BSOD DLL Virus must be removed as soon as possible as it can bring other malware or virus into computer to mess up the system.

Main Symptoms of This Fake Alert Message of BSOD DLL Virus

BSOD DLL Virus is not only harmful to computer security but also a big threat to computer user’s personal privacy safety. Once you see this false message “BSOD: DLL RegisterServer failed with the error code”showing on your computer, there must be adware or malware installed into the operating system. It usually blocks the internet access and hijacks web browser like Internet Explorer, Google Chrome or Firefox and so on. In a word, you can’t close down the big blocked message. The whole screen is frozen there. or it can keep displaying endless this similar kind of fake security message to prevent you from browsing online, which will interrupt your online activities a lot. Calling the toll free number also will cheat you into paying money for unwanted program or service. Don’t trust it anyway.

NOTE: If you find any of these symptoms on your computer, your PC is under attack and seriously infected with this or other kind of ransomware. If you are not a computer savvy, Please contact YooSecurity Online PC Experts to remove this fake alert malware for you.

The Screenshot of the Fake Alert Message of BSOD DLL Virus


Manual Removal Guide of This Fake Alert Message (For Computer Literate)

There is a removal guide of BSOD DLL Virus provided here; however, expertise is required during the process of removal, please make sure you are capable to do it by yourself.

Step 1: Press CTRL, SHIFT and ESC  these three keys together at the same time to pull up Windows Task Manager; click Processes tab on top and scroll down the list to find and end odd processes causing this BSOD DLL Virus. Names of the processes are random.

Windows Task Manager

Step 2: Open Control Panel from Start Menu, then open Programs, click on Uninstall a program. Find suspicious programs or tool-bars related to the BSOD DLL Virus. Right click on it and select Uninstall.

Programs and Features

Step 3: Go to Folder Options in Control Panel, select the View tab, and then mark “Show hidden files, folders, and drivers” and unmark “Hide protected operating system files” (Recommended) and then click Apply or OK.

Folder Options

Step 4: Go to Registry Editor to delete the path of the related items with the BSOD DLL Virus.

Registry Editor

Step 5: Clear all history, data and cookies of your infected web browser.

Browser hijacker has the ability to insert into web browser and spy on user’s online activities, so it is suggested to delete all history, data and cookies of the infected web browser before a complete removal. Take Internet Explorer for example:

a. From the “Tool” menu button in the upper-right corner of the Internet Explorer window, choose “Safety” > “Delete browsing history…“.

Delete Browsing History 1

b. Then tick Cookie and website data and History, click Delete.

Delete Browsing History

Step 6: Change your homepage of the infected web browser (Take Internet Explorer as Example)

From the Navigation toolbar in Internet Explorer, click Tools menu and select Internet Options, then click General tab, and input the URL you want into the Home page box and then click OK.


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The warning “BSOD: DLL RegisterServer failed with the error code” causing by BSOD DLL Virus is a fake notice, and it’s not from legitimate tech Support Company like Microsoft as it claims in the fake alert message. And don’t be a fool to call the toll free number to ask so-called technical assistance to fix your internet access problem. This false message is actually caused by adware or malware thing. It aims at displaying fake message to scaring people and then convinces people that there is risk on computer. Then it can guide people to call and sell their product or service in a high price. Actually you don’t connect with a real Microsoft tech support but a scammer when you call the number trying to contact a tech guy. Therefore, don’t be such a fool. What you should do is to remove the malicious BSOD DLL Virus adware or malware causing this fake computer security scam alert message as early as possible.

Suggestion: To follow removal guide that mentioned above, a level of computer knowledge is needed. Still can’t get out of BSOD DLL Virus scam message? Contact online experts for help now!

Published by Tony Shepherd & last updated on July 18, 2016 12:40 pm

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