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Only > > problem is I do not have access to another computer running XP or 2k. Can you walk me through making sure it will boot from the CD-ROM. Windows wouldn't boot and said there was a problem with lsass.exe (With the small e I think). But how, that I don't know.> > I am desperate now, I really need to get into my computer. https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/468908/xp-not-booting-up-lsassexe-system-error/

is it worth trying to fiind software to allow me to view NTFS from win9x or should i just give up and reformat? You can hear the CD-ROM spinning and the light is on on the unit. It doesn't work . I can't even get to a command prompt.

an error? Windows prevents outside programs, including antivirus programs, from modifying System Restore. Sorry about all the questions, but my eyes are > really starting to strain with the searching and reading of text from help> and support sites...Yes you can upgrade 98SE to Click Start, and then click Run. (The Run dialog box appears.) b.

Programs will need > to be installed from original media. So I ran AVG, that didn't work.. Thnx in advance. https://www.cnet.com/forums/discussions/lsass-exe-system-error-371205/ HelppppLisa04j"Jonybrv" wrote:> > I beleive all original XP CDs are bootable.

I am sure if I could get rid of the 'Check password at setup' then I would not receive this error and would beable to log on to my system. no go. I have tried to use a disk that should let me log on and > > > > perform a stinger virus scan, again no luck. I have tried to use the Windows XP cd to boot >> > up>> > the system..

Thanks in advance! http://newwikipost.org/topic/9qqd4bGjKVahufONgyJarfYcREtUGoqx/lsass-exe-System-Error.html You may think you have done a successful recovery until the system restarts and tries to load just prior to desktop loading or instead of; then the dreaded error message is Restore the data from the copy you > made.> > Next time make sure you always have a full and complete backup of data.> > > -- > Rock> MS MVP Click here to become a Hardware Analysis registered user.

End the malicious process. 2. check my blog Try this out in a different > computer to see if it boots ( restart the computer immediately once confirmed > ) maybe the CD-ROM drive itself is malfunctioning. > > This is should not stop you > > > > from booting a Windows XP CD. To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below.

I have never put a password into the system to gain entry. Does the last bit of imformation alter the answer to the reply you gave me concerning the clean install? Get the answer AnonymousJun 21, 2005, 9:37 AM Archived from groups: microsoft.public.windowsxp.general (More info?)Make sure the CD you are using is bootable. http://zuneuser.com/help/help-system-keeps-throwing-serious-error-but-won-t-tell-me-what-it-is.php Programs will need to be installed from original media.

Sorry about all the questions, but my eyes are > > really starting to strain with the searching and reading of text from help> > and support sites...> > Yes you Make sure the computer has the hardware to support XP though. Yesterday I received "Cannot logon, invalid handle" i then used "use last good config" on bootup which then created this problem.

Sorry about all the questions, but my eyes are really starting to strain with the searching and reading of text from help and support sites...Lastly, (but by no means least) thanks

Or do you have any other ideas on what I can do?I really appreciate the help, but am beginning to wonder if I'm going to be able to salvage the laptop?"Jonybrv" no go. I have checked the security options, and file downloads are enabled. I am having the same problem!!Jason"Jonybrv" wrote in message news:[email protected]> Seems the Windows XP LSASS service is corrupted.

I installed new copy of XP on my computer and I also managed to recover all of my data as well, which I am well pleased about. As a result, System Restore has the potential of restoring an infected file on your computer, even after you have cleaned the infected files from all the other locations. Then inside Bios under security the Check Password is set to 'Setup' with the only other option being set at 'Always'. http://zuneuser.com/help/help-desperate-to-clean-w32-trats-inf.php This is the same for safemode with command prompt, with networking, revert to last know configuration that worked, everything and I just want to cry.

If a virus, worm, or Trojan infects a computer, System Restore may back up the virus, worm, or Trojan on the computer. It doesn't have a floppy slot."Jonybrv" wrote:> Seems the Windows XP LSASS service is corrupted. Use > the *.iso file to create a bootable Knoppix CD. I'm unable to log onto the > laptop to perform anykind of scan, or anything. > > Is there anyone out there that can help me with this problem?> AnonymousJun 21,

Important points 1. I was going to ugrade it to XP but apparently it cannot be done on a 98 > SE system.