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lsass.exe issue

hi all, I have this 'well known' issue : at a certain point the server shut down with the message

'the system process c\windows\system32\lsass.exe terminated unexpectedy with status code 128'

I tried quite a lot of tools as for example: Stinger by McAfee, Symantec tools, Adaware, I passed the Norton Antivirus 2005 server edition ... any of these tools detect a virus

Before reinstalling the machine I ask you if maybe somebody has some other idea to give me to solve that issue.

Tnx n regards
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NJComputerNetworksCommented:
if your system is continuely rebooting, do this to buy some time:

This will help you out a lot

go to start, run, type shutdown -i

Go to "Display warning for -------- Seconds"

Set it to 999999

Go to "Option"
Scroll down to "Operating System: Reconfiguration [Planned]

Add the computer and click ok.

Now you will have 999999 seconds until it will reboot which will give you enough time to do what you need to do
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NJComputerNetworksCommented:
Upgrade your system to the Windows 2003 SP1 and then run virus cleanup software.,..
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NetDeveloperAuthor Commented:
Hi NJComputerNetworks, tnx a lot for ur reply. I tried ur first indication and

1. for display worning I can set just until 999

2. the OK button is disable and I did not found a way to able it.

Ur support is very welcome

tnx
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NJComputerNetworksCommented:
You need to add a comment for the OK to become enabled...
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NJComputerNetworksCommented:
You only need to do this if the server is continuely rebooting....this will stop it from rebooting for 999 minutes.
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NetDeveloperAuthor Commented:
no way to have  the button enabled ... I tried adding a comment too
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NetDeveloperAuthor Commented:
no...it is enabled now...it asked me to insert a computer name
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