Also run some kind of Anti Virus software to see if you have anything else. 0 Discussion Starter dajc 12 Years Ago Thanks for responding. I assume trying to exploit lsass vulnerability. loads files procedes to install setup then isass.exe error object not found ok only option then reboot 4 drive cubx board have hd master cd slave prime master slave ran 98 Everytime my computer is about to take me to the login screen, … Windows XP Duel Booting/How To? 16 replies Hello, Hope this is the right placw to ask this question. check over here
It's XP indeed with SP2 running (well...at least it did). Cannot get log on...command prompt...any thing. Double-click the drive where you installed Windows XP to view the list of the folders inside of it. If all goes well, you should have your machine back up/running in no time!
I've read that an executable has to be run to enable a service needed... Now scroll down some and put a check in the box that says “Show contents of system folders”. Now we want to go and get a fresh set of original start up files from a place on your hard drive that they were put when XP was originally installed. I hope this saved your butt.
All the while that error message is sitting on top. As far as Windows knows, it is booting up properly. HELP please. have a peek here I can't find it anywhere on my computer.
Thanks for all your help...I tried to install OS from cd...didn't work; I guess the dell guy is right. There were numerous errors in the directions from beginning to end but because I have lots of experience in the computer field I was able to tell what they meant to Not format and reinstall XP, just reinstall XP. Make sure to tell them that you won’t hold them accountable if it fails and completely crashes and becomes unrecoverable data but hey, what choice do you have at this point?
Am not interested in reformatting. https://www.daniweb.com/hardware-and-software/microsoft-windows/threads/5938/xp-not-booting-lsass-exe-not-found Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? Tech Support Guy is completely free -- paid for by advertisers and donations. Click to select the Replace owner on subcontainers and objects check box. 7.
Register now to gain access to all of our features, it's FREE and only takes one minute. http://robertwindows.com/lsass-exe/lsass-exe-0xc0000142.html By the way, if you don't know your administrator password, just try hitting the Enter key. I can't boot in safe mode so I will find a way to repair with the xp cd so I don't delete all the files. Using the site is easy and fun.
Thanks in advance! as I said I have never put a password into the system and it knocks back everything I do enter. I downloaded the M'soft patch and ran it, nothing was highlighted so now I will try the Symnatec approach. http://robertwindows.com/lsass-exe/lsass-exe-download.html They may have been deleted by an antivirus program.
Facebook Google+ Twitter YouTube Subscribe to TechSpot RSS Get our weekly newsletter Search TechSpot Trending Hardware The Web Culture Mobile Gaming Apple Microsoft Google Reviews Graphics Laptops Smartphones CPUs Storage Cases Is there anyway to edit the restore save points so they are visible right off the repair registry files? -perhaps just change their date created...? I am desperate. Login now.
Don’t press anything yet. TechSpot is a registered trademark. No data loss, not even your encrypted personal files (usually "My Documents" folders) I hope this proves useful to someone in the future. #6 LeetestUnleet, Apr 21, 2004 (You must have a peek at these guys I turned my laptop on this morning and got that lsass.exe error and could not boot up:angry:; read a bunch of stuff on the web about how you have to reformat
Part 6: If you only had one extra partition.... (skip if you were able to complete Part 5) =================== 1.) Wipe the original partition containing the first install of Windows XP I ran into some trouble while overclocking my PC. I count myself lucky compared to what i've been reading so i hope it works for someone else. Thanks again azur10 0 Wil 0' Wisp 2 7 Years Ago Restoring from the repair folder will invariable return the system to when these repair files where created often as 'new'
Dec 21, 2007 Add New Comment You need to be a member to leave a comment. Thanks again! (srry for the long post) ...wonders if sc.exe could help in this case... On your monitor you should be looking at a prompt that looks like this: c:\windows> Add md tmp to the prompt to make it look exactly like this and then hit I'm assuming you have another computer if you can post here.