Hp Pavilion zd8000 will not load up desktop. Shows system error Isass.exe Object Name not found
First the cd/dvd drive was missing, when I ran superantispy to clean up, cd/dvd worked again. Then week later cd/dvd and internet connections disappeared. No internet connections for wifi or dial up. I got desperate and STUPID and went into registry and eared alot of stuff. And now the computer wont even load up desktop, only message that System Error, Isass.exe, Object Name not found. Please help. Thanks. peace
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The game may be not supported with the current Operating System Perhaps!!! What was your old computer's Operating system? And since the CD-ROM is 14 years old does it has too many scratch?? These days computer CD/DVD drives will never read the disc if they are scratched...
Finally, when you try installing the game, do you encounter any error message? if yes please post it....always remember if your posting your problem in forum, make sure that you provide all information about the issue.
As you may know, lsass is; Local Security Authentication Server. ANY OF THESE THINGS CAN RESULT IN AN UNUSABLE SYSTEM! So don't try them if you aren't able to re-install your operating system without trashing it (Over top should work), if there's any information not backed up that you can't lose, or aren't prepared for the worst, because that's what usually happens, right? :^D TAKE IT TO SOMEONE IF ANY OF THESE THINGS APPLY TO YOU.
Although you shouldn't have any problems with these simple remedies, I don't want to be responsible if it does!
The trojan you found and removed has corrupted some registry settings.
If you have a known good configuration, you can "go back". OR you can try running a registry cleaner on it.
You can also try going into "Services" and killing it, which should bring up your Welcome screen and reboot. All of your usernames and passwords may be gone though! And you'll have to start over.
isass.exe is registered as the Optix.Pro virus which carries in it's payload, the ability to disable firewalls and local security protections, and a backdoor capability
How Do You Remove Isass.exe Files in Windows XP and Vista:
Click your Windows Start menu, and from “Search,” click “For Files and Folders….”
A speech bubble will pop up asking you, “What do you want to search for?” Click “All files and folders.”
Type a Isass.exe file in the search box, and select “Local Hard Drives.”
Click “Search.” Once the file is found, delete it.
How to stop Isass.exe processes:
Click the Start menu, select Run.
Type taskmgr.exe into the the Run command box, and click “OK.” You can also launch the Task Manager by pressing keys ALT + CTRL + DELETE or CTRL + Shift + ESC.
Click Processes tab, and find Isass.exe processes.
Once you’ve found the Isass.exe processes, right-click them and select “End Process” to kill Isass.exe.
How to remove Isass.exe registry keys: (Do not delete anything other than what is listed below.)
Select your Windows menu “Start,” and click “Run.” An “Open” field will appear. Type “regedit” and click “OK” to open up your Registry Editor.
Registry Editor will open as a window with two panes. The left side Registry Editor’s window lets you select various registry keys, and the right side displays the registry values of the registry key you select.
To find a registry key, such as any Isass.exe registry keys, select “Edit,” then select “Find,” and in the search bar type any of Isass.exe’s registry keys.
As soon as Isass.exe registry key appears, you can delete the Isass.exe registry key by right-clicking it and selecting “Modify,” then clicking “Delete.”
How to delete Isass.exe DLL files:
First locate Isass.exe DLL files you want to delete. Open your Windows Start menu, then click “Run.” Type “cmd” in Run, and click “OK.”
To change your current directory, type “cd” in the command box, press your “Space” key, and enter the full directory where the Isass.exe DLL file is located. If you’re not sure if the Isass.exe DLL file is located in a particular directory, enter “dir” in the command box to display a directory’s contents. To go one directory back, enter “cd ..” in the command box and press “Enter.”
When you’ve located the Isass.exe DLL file you want to remove, type “regsvr32 /u SampleDLLName.dll” (e.g., “regsvr32 /u jl27script.dll”) and press your “Enter” key.
That’s it. If you want to restore any Isass.exe DLL file you removed, type “regsvr32 DLLJustDeleted.dll” (e.g., “regsvr32 jl27script.dll”) into your command box, and press your “Enter” key. Did Isass.exe change your homepage?
Click Windows Start menu > Control Panel > Internet Options.
Under Home Page, select the General > Use Default.
Type in the URL you want as your home page (e.g., “http://www.homepage.com”).
Select Apply > OK.
You’ll want to open a fresh web page and make sure that your new default home page pops up.
Block Isass.exe sites: www.eKerberos.com Stop Isass.exe processes: Get rid of Isass.exe DLLs: %PROGRAM_FILES%\ eKerberos\ Hook.dll Delete Isass.exe folders: %PROGRAM_FILES%\ eKerberos\
CD Recording software that comes with HP and Compaq computers is made to recognize only the original CD and DVD drives. If a new CD or DVD writable drive was added, use the software that came with the drive or purchase and use new CD writing software. If you are using Windows XP, you can use Windows XP itself to create CDs (not DVDs).
CD or DVD drive is not recognized by Windows
If the drive is missing in Windows, remove all connected USB, firewire, and parallel devices and perform the following steps to enable the drive in Windows:
Step 1: Checking for CD/DVD drive in BIOS
Make sure the drive appears in Setup. The drive has to be detected in the Basic Input/Output System (BIOS) before Windows can see the drive. Check for detection as follows:
Turn on the PC. When the first logo screen appears, press the F1 key repeatedly until the BIOS Setup screen appears (on some models this key press may be different, F2 or Del )
Press the F5 key, and then press the Enter key to reset the BIOS to the defaults.
Use the Left and Right Arrow keys to select Main .
The hardware-identifying name should appear next to Secondary Master, Secondary Slave, or Primary Slave.