Reboot and bingo! It's about 6 years old and running Windows XP (SP2). I am Running windows XP. this worked for me today, i was cought in the issas loop also. check over here
Show Ignored Content As Seen On Welcome to Tech Support Guy! You saved me from hours of work, ignore the other sites telling you to wipe the system and re-install! Choose the option that is installed on the disk, which usually corresponds with the number "1," but it can be other options depending on how the system is set up. How can i correct?
When do you get this error message? Restoring from System Restore - Another option is to use the system restore feature to put the system back to a state where the problem did not exist. Without a backup, you can forget about getting Windows 2003 server running properly again…..
These are accessed by SFC or Checkdisk functions.If not, can you at least get Dos Command prompt cursor? If the msvcrt.dll file was causing the problems with the startup, then the machine should now successfully boot into Windows without the Lsass.exe error. so i'm gonna get the lsass.exe of my xp pro disk. in the box it says when trying to update this return status indicates that the value provided as the current password is not correct.
It gets to the splash screen and says lsass.exe system error, object name not found. I even tried inserting a Windows 2000 disk to see if it changes, same issue, same error message. My cmos settings are fine. Sorry, there was a problem flagging this post.
This will overwrite your data of course, but if that's not a major concern, it's certainly worth a try. Someone please help! Usually when you get 1 or two of these unable to locate dll errors something happened in the registry pointer to those files. 06-14-2008, 08:15 AM #10 GiveUsaClue Registered All rights reserved.
Required fields are marked *Let us know what you have to say:Name Email Current [email protected] * Leave this field empty One comment frederik 18 June, 2016 at 2:04 am just suggest Gotta love Windows __________________ 12-27-2008, 08:50 PM #14 anyadon Registered Member Join Date: Dec 2008 Posts: 1 OS: XP I had the exact same issue as you described When the machine was shutting down I got an error box saying there was an I/O error and a reference to the registry? A virus made changes to the Lsass.exe file.
Password Site Map Posting Help Register Rules Today's Posts Search Site Map Home Forum Rules Members List Contact Us Community Links Pictures & Albums Members List Search Forums Show Threads check my blog I do not know the reason why this error occurs, but it might be interference with some software or virus to throw this error. Tech Support Guy is completely free -- paid for by advertisers and donations. only problem here is that the OS doesnt even start, so those steps wont do me any good until the computer actually boots up.
Should I be at the dos prompt or in the windows folder. Would you like to answer one of these unanswered questions instead? Join the community here. http://premiumtechblog.com/unable-to/unable-to-boot-xp-fastfat-sys.html Not sure..but it completely screwed my system.
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Click here to join today! There is not much else to propose at this stage, a bounty won't bring much more. –Gnoupi Oct 30 '09 at 15:30 I solve this by reinstall new windows Feb 27, 2009 #14 kimsland Ex-TechSpotter Posts: 14,524 It's just Windows normal corruption Not sure if you ever had a chance of running a full malware scan (possibly not) but that please, type out exactly what to do…thanks Reply Lourens Zietsman says: September 19, 2007 at 7:58 am Hi I,ve tried to repair the security file but I still have the same
Reply William Ukoh says: October 26, 2006 at 12:48 pm Hi Dave, The problem as you clearly mentioned is that the PC doesn’t even boot at all! (it doesn’t go beyond can somebody help me please. I found the option and disabled "quick boot" and "quiet boot" then eventually stumbled my way booting from the USB and into Knoppix. http://premiumtechblog.com/unable-to/unable-to-boot-please-use-a-kernel-appropriate-for-your-cpu-vmware.html SEO by vBSEO 2.3.2 © 2005, Crawlability, Inc.
Instructions would help… Reply arnab says: May 22, 2007 at 1:42 pm rebooted my laptop, got the message windows cant locate win\sys32\config.sys, may be missing or corrupt, tried reinstalling the OS I used Knoppix v5.1 to edit and copy the files on the windows disk it is now being scanned. baxterd View Public Profile Send a private message to baxterd Find all posts by baxterd #4 06-10-2005, 08:38 AM t0nypx Offline Registered User Join Date: Mar 2005 Posts: So, I tried getting into the recovery console again, but then it asked for the Administator password. (There isn’t one).
Cheers t0nypx View Public Profile Send a private message to t0nypx Find all posts by t0nypx #5 06-10-2005, 06:03 PM sribala Offline Registered User Join Date: Jun 2005 Thread Status: Not open for further replies. i appreciate you taking the time and if you have any more on this i'd be super grateful! I was able to change all the files as mentioned in previous posts and my computer was back to normal…for now. =) Reply Aderik says: May 1, 2007 at 8:06 pm
Thanks. No, create an account now. I have tried to boot from the original WIN XP PRO CD, but when I do recovery mode, it asks for a administrator password but leaving “Blank” or putting in my so, before i go getting too involved with the further steps outlined in: http://www.techspot.com/vb/showpost.php?p=694541&postcount=4 i just wonder if a repair install is worth a crack..
its driving me insane because its really random. I’m going to try some of the above fixes. Boot into the recovery console using your Windows XP CD. 2. Lsass is a Nvidia display driver related file if I remember correctly.
I found it alot easier than working through the recovery console because you can copy, paste and rename files just like in windows explorer. Thanks though. When it finds a vulnerable system, this malware sends a specially crafted packet to produce a buffer overflow on LSASS.EXE. try a low level format, 'fdisk', is all I'd say as all u can try n do now is recover the HDD.
Before you attempt my previous suggestion, try removing some non-essential files with Knoppix to free up some space first, then see if you can boot to XP.
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