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The_Shadow_630

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Ok, my work computer was working just fine on Friday while i was in network. I put it on standby like I always do and took it home with me. Upon opening to wake it up, it showed only the desktop image, none of the icons or the taskbar. I thus restarted it thinking that something may have just stuck when putting it in stand by. Upon rebooting it, I tried logging in as normal as was told that I could not be logged in because a parameter was invalid. I tried both network log-in (saved domain credentials) and direct computer log-in (matching user profile added to computer) and neither allows me to log in. I then rebooted the unit again and was greeted by a warning message saying that lsass.exe had failed to load with system code 1073741819. I would normally go through the process of detection as suggested by this forum, but I cannot log in to do any of it. I did a little research on lsass.exe with this system code and the research links it to either Sasser or a similar exploit worm. Any ideas as to how I can either scan the system without logging in or log in safely to scan the system? Thanks in advance for your help.

Edited by The_Shadow_630, 18 April 2010 - 04:11 PM.

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