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You need to reboot your Windows operating system into Safe Mode first. Next, you need to delete 1-855-266-4100 Driver_irol_not_les_or_equal-related malware components. This is not very easy, but not very difficult either, and we are sure that you can get rid of the threat if you follow the instructions below closely. Once you get rid of the annoying screen-size alert, you MUST inspect your PC for other infections. If one threat has managed to get in, others might have managed the same thing too. If you are overwhelmed by the threats active on your PC, do not hesitate to employ an anti-malware application. It will eradicate all threats automatically. If you have any questions about any steps pertaining to the removal, use the comments section for all conversations.

Remove 1-855-266-4100 Driver_irol_not_les_or_equal

  1. Reboot the PC to Safe Mode/Safe Mode with Networking (use the guide below).
  2. Launch Task Manager by tapping Ctrl+Shift+Esc.
  3. Click the Processes tab.
  4. Select the process named SBSCP.exe (could be different) and click End Process.
  5. Find and Delete the launcher, SBSCP.exe (could be different). The file might be downloaded to the Desktop, Download, Temps, or any other folder.
  6. Now, launch Explorer by tapping Win+E keys.
  7. Enter %PROGRAMFILES(x86)% (or %PROGRAMFILES%) into the bar at the top.
  8. Delete the folder named VinCE.
  9. Launch RUN by tapping Win+R keys and then enter regedit.exe.
  10. Navigate to HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run.
  11. Delete the value named SC.exe (could be different). Note that the value data represents the location of the malicious launcher, which might help you detect it.

How to reboot Windows into Safe Mode

N.B. Go to the “Virus Removal Instructions” below to learn how to reboot Windows XP and Windows 7.

Reboot Windows 8 or Windows 10

  1. Windows 8 users tap Win+I keys and Windows 10 users click the Start menu icon on the Taskbar.
  2. Click the Power button, then, click Reset while pressing down the Shift key.
  3. Open the Troubleshoot menu and then go to Advanced Options.
  4. Click Startup Settings and then click Restart to open the boot options menu.
  5. Press the F4 key for Safe Mode or F5 for Safe Mode with Networking.

In non-techie terms:

If you have been hit by the 1-855-266-4100 Driver_irol_not_les_or_equal scam, your operating system is basically paralyzed. The good news is that this is fixable, and you should be able to successfully unlock your PC and delete malware using the guide above. As you can see, you need to reboot the PC to Safe Mode to access the malicious components. That might be the toughest part. All in all, if you are unable to delete 1-855-266-4100 Driver_irol_not_les_or_equal-related malware yourself, you can always employ anti-malware software. In this case, you will need to reboot to Safe Mode with Networking.