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Recurring Shutdown Syndrome, is there no cure?

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by cheesyboy, Sep 8, 2004.

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  1. cheesyboy

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    Hey, I'm running Windows XP Professional on my other computer, and everything seems fine when you start it up, but after 10-15 mins there is a recurring problem.

    First windows will always display the error message that 'LSA SHELL (EXPORT VERSION)' has encountered a problem and will be closed.

    Then a few minutes later always, a message pops up saying that I should save all my work etc. because windows will be shut down and restarted in exactly 1 minute (A timer counts down the seconds) It says that the thing was initiated by NT AUTHORITY/SYSTEM

    It says there's some problem with the file:
    C:\WINDOWS\system32\lsass.exe with the status code -1073741819.

    And then after the countdown reaches 0 it shuts off and restarts. This has happened everytime I try to use that comptuer without fail (Sometimes it starts after half an hour of use, sometimes a minute, etc etc.)

    If anybody can help me with this problem I would be very grateful, thanks a lot.
     
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    And then you should make sure you turn on the windows firewall, then install all of the patches/updates.
     
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