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This happens with wireless and Wired. As Soon As I Connect To The Internet The Laptop Restarts.

Event Viewer Shows:
the process winlogon.exe has initiated the restart xp
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Question by:laraldo1
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by:rindi
ID: 39288016
Scan the laptop for malware using malwarebytes:

http://malwarebytes.org
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by:laraldo1
ID: 39288019
I Did That. Also Tried Clean Boot, Minimal Services. Nothing Is Started Through The Registry Run.
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by:Jakob Digranes
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sounds like and oooold virus --

try running following command when connected to internet
shtudown -a

Are Windows fully updated?
How are you connected to internet?

try www.superantispyware.com 
and install Windows Security Essentials
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by:rindi
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Did you use the newest version of malwarebytes? Did you run it in standard mode (without connecting the LAN)? Malwarebytes must run in standard mode, not in safe mode, if it should be of any use.
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by:ded9
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Might be a bsod. Try installing updated drivers for you Ethernet and wireless device.



Ded9
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by:laraldo1
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I can't run shut down -a because once I connect to the internet my computer shuts down. when I Connect wirelessly or wired the computer shuts down. I Ran Malware In Standard Mode
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by:laraldo1
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I Will Try Loading Xp Sp3.
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by:ded9
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Try installing updated drivers for you Ethernet and wireless device.You can download it from another computer and install it on affected system.


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by:Jakob Digranes
ID: 39288044
do youi not have time to do shutdown -a ?
Try superantispyware and install Microsoft Security Essentials

what SP level are you at now? XP pre SP2 is a sitting duck when it comes to malware

one again - how do you connect to internet ?
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by:Tonypeswani
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1)  press F8 and disable Automatic restart on system failure this will not shutdown your PC perhaps it will provide you BSOD with error code.

2)As well as locate at the below location and
open>>RUN>>EventVWR>>System events>> filter with error source as Save dump.
This will provide you the location at which dump file is generated.

Request you to upload that dump file.

Regards,
Tonyp
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by:Jakob Digranes
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a BSOD would not log an event in Event Viewer ---

look at this: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/826955/en
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by:laraldo1
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I connect to the Internet wirelessly through my home router and wireless card built into my laptop. I Connect Wired Using A Ethernet cable connecting to that routerCable.
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by:laraldo1
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Event From Event Log:
the process winlogon.eXE has initiated the restart of Ariana for the following reason:: no title for this reason could be found
Minor Reason: 0Xff
shut down type: reboot
Comment:

Data Bytes
0000: Ff 00 00 80    Y..
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by:Jakob Digranes
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by:laraldo1
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I'm Going OuT For The Day Now. Ill Try Blaster fix
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by:laraldo1
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No Signs Of Blaster
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by:ded9
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Try installing updated drivers for you Ethernet and wireless device.You can download it from another computer and install it on affected system.


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laraldo1 earned 0 total points
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XP3 SOLVED ISSUES. Thanks for suggestion.
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by:laraldo1
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I decided to go to xp3 and it worked.
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