Networking and System Shutdown.

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fevola25

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Just wondering if anyone can help here.. Today we decided to network both our computers.. it seemed to work but the one we networked TO, doesnt connect to the internet when the main one does..

Also another thing.. When we use this comptuer (the one that is connected to the main one ) we get this following message after about 5 minutes of being on the computer:

System Shutting Down
THe system process C:\Windows\system32\lsass.exe
-1073741819 Shutdown and restarting..

Its very frustrating.. as it shutsdown after 45 seconds and reboots.. Is there anything we can do and is it related to us networking the computer??


Any help would be great!
 
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You will need to let us know exactly how you have networked the 2 computers. Are you using a router or a hub or are they directly connected via crossover cable and using ICS (Internet connection sharing)

What operating system are you using ?

The lsass error message may be related to the sasser worm.

Follow this link (about half way down) to download the sasser removal tool and then follow the directions on the site about how to use it.

http://securityresponse.symantec.com/avcenter/venc/data/w32.sasser.removal.tool.html

Post back and let us know the results.
 

fevola25

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EvileYe said:
You will need to let us know exactly how you have networked the 2 computers. Are you using a router or a hub or are they directly connected via crossover cable and using ICS (Internet connection sharing)

What operating system are you using ?

The lsass error message may be related to the sasser worm.

Follow this link (about half way down) to download the sasser removal tool and then follow the directions on the site about how to use it.

http://securityresponse.symantec.com/avcenter/venc/data/w32.sasser.removal.tool.html

Post back and let us know the results.

We are using a cross over cable..
Thanks Ill try that
 
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