System boots to error message system files corrupted system will now be restored, starts the restoration process gets to 25% hangs for one minute.. rebuilds to 100% powers down... > then boots up and goes to the same screen again...System Hard disk files are corrupted system will now be restored. Its an endless loop I cannot get out ot...?????????
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Restart your computer During the boot process you will see on the screen to press a certain key to enter setup usually the delete or F2 key Press and hold that key during the boot up process to enter BIOS using the arrow keys load failsafe defaultsor load optimized defaults press escape then press f10 to save to cmos to restart if this fails to fix the problem During the boot process tap thef8 button three times this will boot into safe mode where the only things working will be your mouse and keyboard enabling you to attempt to repair your computer you could select the option start at last known configuration that worked this will tell what file has been corrupted or missing you might be able to work your way through problem if you are unable to find a solution restart back into safe mode you might need to select your operating system to load into safe mode click start control panel administration tools computer management in the left panel events + to expand then system you will see all errors in right panel right click select properties this will tell you what has occurred and the time it occurred you might use the system restore to restore your system to an earlier time click start all programs accessories system tools you should see your system restore option hope this helps you
some system on your windows has corrupted, it caused by a virus or bad disk you need to restore your system to fix this issue if your laptop build in windows xp and you have a restore disk just follow these steps 1. turn on your notebook 2.quickly press ctr and f11 simultaneously 3. click restore when "Dell PC restore" message appears 4.click confirm (it means you will lost all data in drive which contains your old operation system) 5.wait and click finish when the process of restore finish if your laptop build in windows vista you can follow these steps 1. turn on your laptop 2. quickly press f8 3. when "Advance Boot Menu" message appears just click repair 4. select language and click next 5. log in and click ok 6. click dell factory restore and click next 7. click yes on the box "format hard drive and restore the system" 8. when the process finish click finish if you don't have a restore disk build in your laptop you need a windows cd installer to reinstall your os
some files of that program corrupted,try to restore your system to when it works normally..to do this;
Click windows start>pointing all programs>click accessories>system tools>then system restore..
On system restore window tick on "restore my computer to an earlier time"
click next then select date and time to when that program works good before the error occurs..
click next then next...wait untill the process complete...click ok after finish..
hope this help, goodluck
lsass.exe is certainly a virus issue, the actual process isnt really a virus but viruses hijack the process for their own nefarious reasons.
You only have two options really, 1) use a boot disk antivirus (search google for avg boot cd) and then use the restore disks to try and repair the system file (copy the one off the restore disk to replace the corrupt one on your system)
2) Use your restore disks / another installation disk to build a new operating system.
Just remember if you have data on the drive to take it out to get your data off first. Personally I'd take your drive out and put a new drive in, then build a new OS on the new drive, nice clean and fast, then put your data onto it.
Sounds like possibly a corrupt file system or possibly a bad program install.
Try to boot to SAFE MODE. Restart your computer and press F8, select safe mode from the boot choices. If Windows loads try to use system restore or remove any program you may have installed just before this happend.
If it still won't start restart, press F8 and select the repair option then follow the onscreen prompts
When you switch the laptop on, tap the F8 key a few times and the machine should boot to a black page with white lettering.
You will be given options of "boot" you can try "last known good configuration" but I would opt for "safe mode".
If you can get into safe mode go to Start>Programs>Accessories>System Tools>System Restore and then select a time and date to restore your machine back before this problem started.