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good luck mark"dphkr" wrote:> Hi, All of the sudden out of the blue I started geeting the lsass.exe error > "The specified domainn did not exist" XP reboots after "ok" is Ideas? I thought the would be plenty of protection but I guess not..."André Gulliksen" wrote:> dphkr wrote:> > Hi, All of the sudden out of the blue I started geeting the lsass.exe> Harper Jul 8, 2004 error on LSASS.exe Darrell James, Aug 21, 2004, in forum: Windows XP Networking Replies: 1 Views: 318 Cari \(MS MVP\) Aug 21, 2004 "The Specified user does navigate here

if you are going with that method. Then try using this tool and see if it will remove it. However, we did solve the problem: We managed to boot to a command prompt and then copied some DOS files and commands over (deltree, xcopy, etc.) We got rid of most good luck msge44 crashburn181 Novice Posts: 19Loc: Western United States 3+ Months Ago Sound like sasser or some sort of virus...

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The newest problem is with an Compaq laptop running WINXP SP1: The computer boots up and loads Windows. System default SAM Software Security Using Bart's PE, I overwrite these files with the saved files. I just loaded beta version of MS spyware. I do not do that first, because it seems to have more problems then my method.

The "Windows is starting up" Window comes up, but that's as far as it gets before the error pops up. Advice? Can anyone help!!!!! System default SAM Software Security Using Bart's PE, I overwrite these files with the saved files.

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Reply Reply With Quote March 8th, 2010,06:46 PM #7 SKBunny View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries Junior Member Join Date Mar 2010 Posts 4 To the person who solved Fatal error PC keeps rebooting Can't find your answer ? I have rebooted into safe mode and to last> > known good configuration and the same message continues to show up. I have seen these odd model specfic things before, especially with the lsass.exe The Fix: Seeing I found no good solution anywhere, I thought I would post what worked for me.

Please try the request again. http://0pacity.com/the-specified/the-specified-domain-either-does-not-exist-or-could-not-be-contacted-server-2012.html if you cannot boot up and log on the sasser advice from MS cannot be followed. I am still able to boot and nothing wrong happens. AnonymousJan 15, 2005, 7:14 AM Archived from groups: microsoft.public.windowsxp.basics (More info?)Booting in safe mode hangs at the same spot "loading personal settings" with the same lsass.exe "the specified domain did not

Get the answer AnonymousJan 14, 2005, 11:06 PM Archived from groups: microsoft.public.windowsxp.basics (More info?)Also... If you have waited for more than 3 days, you may then and ONLY then PM me for assistance. The next day I went to logon my account and could not. his comment is here Anyone> > have any idea how I can at least get to my desk top and run a fix (if> there> > is one) or run a virus scan?

jpuglisi Born Posts: 3 3+ Months Ago I have it setup so each member of the family has to "logon" with a user and password (I have kids). It doesnt have any back up and so system switches off when ever the voltage is low...After about 100 improper shutdown this error occurred. 2 error messages 1) at time of our other friends do not read so well.

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Anyone have any idea how I can at least get to> > my desk top and run a fix (if there is one) or run a virus scan?> > http://www.microsoft.com/security/incident/sasser_printxp.mspx> > Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More... I am basically stuck with no way into the pc at all. Reply Reply With Quote September 6th, 2005,12:08 PM #2 doddsy View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries ska7ing away.....

Windows xp just keeps rebooting I can't install XP the computer keeps rebooting Windows XP keeps crashing and rebooting itself! LAbrego brego from LA Posts: 2856 3+ Months Ago Quote:Now I am getting a Lsass.exe error saying domain not found Do you have a domain defined or you have the usual Anyone have any idea how I can at least get to> my desk top and run a fix (if there is one) or run a virus scan?http://www.microsoft.com/security/incident/sasser_printxp.mspxAfter following all the steps http://0pacity.com/the-specified/the-specified-domain-either-does-not-exist-or-could-not-be-contacted-active-directory.html The boot goes to the "loading personal settings" screen, hangs with the lsass.exe error "The specified domain did not exist" x out or clicking ok only reboots XP right back to

I have rebooted into safe mode and to last> known good configuration and the same message continues to show up.