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Lsass.exe error insufficient system resources exist to complete the API. what can i do to fix that. thanks

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  • inrosapi May 28, 2008

    lsass.exe error insufficient system resources exist to complete the API. what can i do to resolve this

  • Anonymous Jun 16, 2008

    whenever i start my laptop 'lsass.exe error insufficient system resources exist to complete the API. and reboots

  • Anonymous Oct 21, 2008

    I get the lsass.exe-system error insufficient system resources exist to complete the API. I was experiencing a problem with insufficient disk space, so don't believe there is a virus. Un-fortunately I'm a computer novice so not sure how to resolve

  • millyp Nov 17, 2008

    Have the same issue and am comp novice, could restart in safe mode but did not allow me to run a virus check, - should it work if i run safe mode with networking? i just want to get my photos/music off and will buy a new PC but it wasnt recognising my plug in drive.

  • ijindrajeet Dec 23, 2008

    same problem here dude

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    we cant actualy get on the homepage to be able to go chech thE MEMORY#

  • Anonymous Apr 28, 2009

    Umm, the problem with these solutions:

    Solution #1 - I can't get on my computer at all. The error comes up right as Windows starts and when I click Ok, it restarts. I've tried Safe Mode and Last Known Good Configuration. Rolling back doesn't help and Safe Mode just reboots shortly after loading mup.sys.

    Solution #2 - Wtf? "remove it and windows xp will not run" is NOT a solution.

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How to remove ISASS.EXE SYSTAM ERROR INSUFFICIENT SYSTEM RESOURCES EXIST TO COMPLETE THE API

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Do you have all windows updates?
First off, make sure it doesn't have viruses or spyware or worms. Then....

Check in Task Manager and see how much physical memory is being used. I'd imagine almost all is being used.

Then check your PF Usage. If that is pegged too, 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 reboot, defrag, and reboot again.
Delete/move a gig or two off the drive. Then run chkdsk /r
Once that's done defrag.
Looks like you're running out of space for the page file.

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Since this was not the problem really. System does not starts even in safe mode how to fix this problem with the above solution you mentioned

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Running chkdsk solved this for me - either switch your computer off at th switch or run your windows cd and enter recovery console and run chkdsk /r - can be lack of space on hard drive, bad hard drive, faulty page file or bad ram cause this.

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I could fix this up, one reason for this error I have seen is, non availability of empty space required for windows to function. My cousin came running to the with his PC with this same error, I tried couple of ways to set this fine, nothing worked out. Connected the Hard Disk to my PC as slave, and came to know, he has just less than 5 MB space in C drive.., cleaned it using NAV, emptied space to 1 GB in C drive, and bingo.., it worked on its own.This is due to " Insufficient System Resources, and Space is required for any APIs to function" thats it. We always keep at least 500 MB free in C drive.Sashi

Posted on Mar 06, 2012

  • Sashi Rao Mar 06, 2012

    I could fix this up, one reason for this error I have seen is, non availability of empty space required for windows to function. My cousin came running to the with his PC with this same error, I tried couple of ways to set this fine, nothing worked out. Connected the Hard Disk to my PC as slave, and came to know, he has just less than 5 MB space in C drive.., cleaned it using NAV, emptied space to 1 GB in C drive, and bingo.., it worked on its own.This is due to " Insufficient System Resources, and Space is required for any APIs to function" thats it. We always keep at least 500 MB free in C drive.Sashi

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I have same problem don't go to startup menu,when click ok or close going to restart again...ugh
Maybe reinstal is solution

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Just reinstall windows xp and wxp sp2 users should install wxp sp3

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Remove it and windows XP will not run

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