Sbs 2003 reboots after startup lsass.exe -1073741818

Clients sbs server 2003 constantly is rebooting with a lsass error.
Cannot login to directory services restore mode this generates the following error.
The system cannot log you on due to the following error: an internal error occurred.
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WGTech-JAuthor Commented:
Nope neither of those help moved data to a different server & domain.
It wasn't the sasser virus.

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Thomas GrassiSystems AdministratorCommented:
Can you boot from the Windows 2003 cd and then try a system repair?

If that does not work

I would get another drive install the server.

Is this a DC or member server?
WGTech-JAuthor Commented:
Trgassijr55 - Per my post above I ended up moving the data to a different server & domain

However We were running SBS 2003 Not Server 2003
WGTech-JAuthor Commented:
Nothing else was the right answer.
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