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I have a Compaq Presario SR1920NX. It's a Windows XP system. I'm currently in the process of backing it up via e-mail to reformat to rid of...whatever it has, but I now get this error upon startup:

"The instruction at "0x00c82434" referenced memory at "0x0007f53c". The memory cannot be "read."

Click OK to terminate the program
Click Cancel to debug the program" for lsass.exe.

I always click cancel, but the system still shuts down. It worked once, however, but explorer.exe suddenly disappeared and I was unable to continue backing up my system.

Anyway to solve the lsass.exe problem without having to reformat would be wonderful.

I don't have an XP disc, unfortunately, but I have burned SP3 onto a CD. I do have a laptop, but like I said, I do not have an XP disc so the two are not on a network together.

Edited by Hoshi, 23 April 2009 - 09:30 PM.

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