lsass.exe ERROR

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  1. gamespy

    gamespy New Member

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    My windows 2000 pro os often generates lsass.exe error and restarts. I am not able to find the reason behind it. Can anyone help me in this regard.
     
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    Do you get any particular error number??? Pls describe the problem more clearly... :) :)

    Regards....
     
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    hey does ur system restarts u have a spware problem then
     
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    hey does ur system restarts u have a spware problem then
     
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    hey does ur system restarts u have a spware problem then
     
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    Why are you posting the same post again and again?????
     
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    Your system is surely infected with worm, run a good antivirus such as kaspersky with up-to-date definitions and more importantly use a firewall while connect to internet. If you are already using a firewall then it means you have given access to that worm which is residing in your system.
     
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    Its the famous sasser worm! Get a good firewall. That should block it.. And scan with a good Anti Virus to remove it.
     
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    I thought sasser worm only affects windows xp systems....
     
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    I think it affects all NT based systems..
     
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    It does affect the windows 2000 systems..

    See here for the solution from microsoft.

    Regards....
     
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    Then i was right! Hehe ;)
     
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    i may be wrong, but it could be the lovesan or blaster or sasser virus.

    first run your virus scan (avast) at boot time or safe mode using deep-scan modes.

    then download and use the latest sasser removal tool and sasser fixer tool (microsoft/symantec).

    then patch up your pc with KB835732 patch.

    use zone alarm firewall, when on the net. take windows updates or run the latest autopatcherxp..
     
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  15. TheRAVAN

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    Instead of all this sh** simply FORMAT your primary partition and reinstall properly...your system os F****d up..

    Good Luck..
     
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