XP goes Shutdown After 1 Minute

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khans

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:rolleyes: I am receiving some problem in windows XP...

when i connect internet computer goes shutdown automatically after a min or 2...

some kind of message appear "C:windows\Isaac.exe" for safety ur computer will be shutdown..


i have installed win xp SP1 yesterday and haven't use internet..

i am using win98 now...

Help.......
 
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I looked up Isaac.exe and couldn't find anything, but my first guess is that it's a virus.
 
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well you have the old new sasser virus click on start run type shutdown -a that will stop the computer from shuttingdown then you can do some online virus scan http://housecall.trendmicro.com/
or download a free firewall like Z/A or zonealarm
 
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You can also try out the 30 day free trial for NOD32 from eset.com - an excellent antivirus tool and catches most trojans too...doc
 
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To avoid being infected in the future would suggest you change browsers from IE to Firefox. Next go to Webroot and install "Spysweeper" that should take care of your being infected. http://www.webroot.com/
 
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Mozilla has two browsers firefox and mozilla. They also have an excellent mail app called Thunderbird that I use - very Outlook Express like, but not and it has antispam features that get about 80 percent of the spam. www.mozilla.org

...doc
 
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Just download the free version of ZoneAlarm on a clean computer then install it, so when u go on line it will stop it, then run NOD32 to get rid of it.
 
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