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Computer says nt authoritysystem

My computer states that:

This system is shutting down. 

Please save all work in progress and log off.

Any unsave changes will be lost. this shut down was iniated by



The system process

C/windows/system32 lsass.exe

Terminated unexpectedly with status code

-1073741819. The system is will shut down and restart

and it does just that

also a Remote Procedure Call RPC

shuts my computer down as well

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Re: computer says nt authoritysystem

Have u ended any processes in task manager .. if this problem persists a virus program is trying to end a system critical process . try to make a fresh instalation

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Re: computer says nt authoritysystem

Hi, it sound to me like you have a heat problem.

Check your heatsink fan on the processor and also clean out all dust from the haetsink and motherboard.

Regards mistyman

Posted on Oct 11, 2007

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