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Hello guys,

I came across a similar topic in here by google with the same problem, but the solution didn't work since there haven't been any of those files suggested to be deleted on the system containing hd.

The error says that NT\Authorization caused by C:\Windows\system32\services.exe causes a shutdown in 60 seconds with code 128 or something of that matter. It's the same box that popped up upon sasser and blaster infections, we fixed both those issues with microsoft updates.

The operating system is windows xp sp 1 and i can't afford licensing another copy of sp 2 atm.

The hjt logs don't show anything suspicious, but antivir finds 2 different trojans/backdoors, but those don't cause the problem itself.(The Trojan/Backdoor come with .exe in the system32 folder)

Thanks in advance for your help.

Edited by idontknowaname, 03 February 2007 - 03:53 PM.

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