Question about Dell Dimension 2400 PC Desktop
Try to boot to the safe mode, when use the splash screen of your system press f8, you will be able to choose there safe mode or safe mode with networking. Make sure that there is no virus or spyware.
Check in Task Manager and see how much physical memory is being used.
Then check your PF Usage, the problem may be a lack of virtual memory.
Go to System Properties > Advanced and under Performance Options click Settings. Then click on the Advanced tab and click Change under Virutal Memory.
-Click Custom size and set the Initial size to 384MB and Maximum to 768MB.
Then try to reboot and then defrag,reboot again.
Posted on Nov 05, 2008
The first thing I would look at is a memory problem. Go to CMOS and see if the PC is showing the correct amount of memory. If your PC has more than one memory module, I would take one out and boot the PC, if it start, then it is that module. If it doesn't start, try the other memory module.
Make sure you power off the computer each time before you remove the memory.
If and when you are able to start the PC, go to msconfig and see what you have loading in start up. I would remove anything that is not needed at start up.
If I could be of further assistance, let me know. If this helps or solves the issue, please rate it.
Posted on Nov 05, 2008
Thanks alot friends ,
I start windows in safe mode and decrease virtual memory and restart , then problem fixed.
I had a big File on desktop that get a lot of space of Drive C,
Posted on Oct 19, 2013
I solved this problem by simply boot my laptop in safe mode and transfer some data from C drive to other drives. After this i reboot my computer so it didnt give the Lsass error and started normally.
Posted on Mar 11, 2011
You probably have been hit by a virus that is attacking your Local Security Accounts Windows file and is using all your system resources. You may not be able to perform a system scan to fix this issue do to the lack of system resources. Now if you have another pc with a good and upto date antivirus application you can take the hard drive out of your computer and plug it into that other computer and scan it and remove the infection and while you have it in their go to the command prompt and repair the windows files by typing:
chkdsk E: /r
The E: is the drive letter of your infected drive you will know what this is when you go into my computer.
Also use a spyware program like Adaware that is up to date to scan the drive as well.
This all assumes you want to save the drive, Windows, and all your applications. Now if you don't care about those things then try a system restore to go back to a working point in your computers history.
Otherwise repair mode for windows will work also.
Posted on Sep 24, 2009
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Apparently, the problem is caused by the fact that the Windows kernel power manager doesn't manage to find a block of contiguous memory to hibernate. This happens occasionally on systems with 2Gb of RAM.
Here's a copy of it: Download here: WindowsXP-KB909095-x86-ENU.exe
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