Computer Error DT00X2
The DT00X2 error is caused by an unwanted program. This is not a pleasant surprise, especially if you consider it a useful tool, but it's not really bad news either. First, the DT00X2 error is not a virus that could corrupt your information. It is also not a Trojan horse, able to invoke a dangerous virus in the operating system. Only adware displays ads in your browser. By the way, you better not let the situation get worse, because in 10 to 15 days, the real problems will be solved, and in a month, you will not be able to work on your PC. All this is due to the unique quality of the adware: DT00X2 Error dramatically decreases the security rate of the infected computer. This affects the browser, which is the most vulnerable software on your PC, in terms of defense against viral threats. Its goal is to moderate infection attempts every day and while allowing you to browse the Internet. When everything is in order, you do not realize how many times you browse the utility protects your computer against infections every day. If the browser settings are changed, you will notice the difference from the bet.
- It makes your system perform slowly and even cause constant blue screen.
- It flood your hard drive with lots of junk files
- It installs more malicious programs into computer withot your knowledge
- It often redirects you to advertising pages or phishing websites
- It put your sensitive information and personal files at risk by opening backdoor for hacker
Solution 1 : Uninstall the malicious programs from Windows
In this first step, we will try to identify and remove any malware installed on your computer.
- Go to "Programs and Features".
- In the Start menu, type Control Panel in the search box and select "Control Panel" in the results. When the "Control Panel" window opens, click "Uninstall a program" in the "Programs" category.
- Find the malicious program and uninstall it. The "Programs and Features" screen appears with a list of all the programs installed on your PC. Scroll down the list until you find the malware, then click to select it, then click the "Uninstall" button that appears in the top toolbar.
- Follow the on-screen prompts to uninstall the program.
- In the following message box, confirm the uninstallation process by clicking Yes, and then follow the instructions to uninstall the program.
Be sure to read through all the prompts, as some malicious programs try to insinuate things in the hope that you will not read them carefully.
Solution 2: Reset the browser settings to remove “Error # DT00X02” pop-ups
If the error messages Error # DT00X02 still appear in your browser, we will need to restore the default settings of the web browser. This step should only be performed if your problems have not been resolved by the previous steps.
- Google Chrome
- Firefox Mozilla Firefox
- ExplorerInternet Explorer
- Microsoft Edge Edge
To remove the error messages "Error # DT00X02" from Google Chrome, we need to reset your browser to the default settings. Reset your browser settings will reset unwanted changes caused by the installation of other programs. However, your favorites and passwords will not be deleted or modified.
1.Open the Chrome Settings menu.
Click the Chrome main menu button, represented by three horizontal lines. When the drop-down menu appears, select the option labeled "Settings".
2.In the bottom, click on "Advanced".
Chrome's "Settings" should now appear in a new tab or window, depending on your configuration. Then scroll to the bottom of the page and click on the "Advanced" link (as in the example below).
3.In the "Reset" section, click "Reset".
Advanced Chrome settings should now be displayed. Scroll down until the "Reset and Clean" section is visible, as shown in the example below. Then, click on the "Reset settings to their defaults" button.
- Confirm by clicking on "Reset".
A confirmation dialog should now appear, detailing the components that will be restored to their default state if you continue the reset process. To complete the restore process, click the "Reset Settings" button.