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System Rebooting with a Terminated Unexpectedly msg


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crabbylew

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I hope someone can help me! My laptop keeps rebooting itself. I get the following msg:

The system is shutting down. This shut down was initiated by NT AUTHORITY\SYSTEM

C:\WINDOWS\system32\lsass.exe

terminated unexpectedly

It is extrememly ANNOYING!!!! Can someone please, please help me get it to stop doing this??

Thanks, Kelly
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Sarah Jane Smith

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I have google searched this problem and most sources have indicated that it is caused by a virus. One source said it was a variant of the blaster virus. Please post on the malware forums for information on how to remove it. --Sarah Jane Smith
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Thank you so much for looking into this problem for me. I will repost under malware as you have advised.
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Thank you so much for looking into this problem for me. I will repost under malware as you have advised.

Sure, glad to help. I'm sure the people in Malware can help you they are really great. --Sarah Jane Smith
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