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Abnormal Shutdown of windows 2003 standard

My system is installed WinXP earlier after that i tried to install windows 2000 professional which is not installed. Later Win 2003 server standard edition is installed. Now i am getting 3 options in boot screen i.e WinXP,Win2003 and Windows(for win2000). Windows XP is working fine. But when i logged in windows 2003 successfully logging. But, within 2-3 minutes it is automatically prompting for shut down with a message "your current session is closing with status code 128 due to problem with d:/windows/system32/isass.exe"

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First, it is LSASS.EXE, Not ISASS.EXE.
You either have a variant of the W32.Sasser Worm, W32.Bobax, W32.Korgo, W32.Kibuv,
Bloodhound.Exploit.8, Hacktool.THCIISLame or W32.Cycle worm.
There may also be some new worms that have not been identified as of yet that may
cause this shutdown.

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Re: Abnormal Shutdown of windows 2003 standard

Y cuse its sharing isssas to 1st off way to maby boots 2 max os on hard drive unless u want to fail soon do all your updates

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