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lsass.exe system error --- invalid parameter passed


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grammyjel

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Hello, I am new here & have read posts already about the lsass error, but none seem to be for the invalid parameter. My computer was fine when I shut it down, got this error on start-up. I tried to re-install windows, but it hangs up before complete & I get the error message again. I would appreciate any help
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In my signature you can find a link to microsoft memory test tool. Download to a floppy or a cd, bootup the computer with disk in place and let it run for about an hour or so. Check if there are any errors.
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ok - I made a floppy & put it in my computer ------- what I'm getting now is "Loading....
Disk I/O error
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Enter bios and make floppy your first boot device. Save the changes and let the computer run.
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I just went through this. Make a boot CD from UBCD4Win and once you have it booted up, restore the registry to a previous date and reboot. Voila!
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Well done.
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I just went through this. Make a boot CD from UBCD4Win and once you have it booted up, restore the registry to a previous date and reboot. Voila!


where can I restore the registry under UBCD?
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