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Pc does not go beyond Lsass.exe application error

My pc(Systemax Venture Intel Celeron 3.2 ghz has stopped going beyond Application error message saying
Lsass.exe application error after windows xp screen.
I have a recovery CD but do not know actually reload it.

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Try getting into safe mode, by taping the f7 or f8 key before it boots. Once in safe mode we can do a restore to the last restore point, and go from there. If you can't get into safe mode, let me know and we will go into the bios, set the machine to boot from the dvd drive and use your xp disk to boot her up, this method id too much to post here, let me know and we will take it up only if needed. Also try this, turn off any user accounts that the computer has installed other than your administrator account, and let me know what happens

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