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Hiren's Cd fix for lsass exe


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ilnipote

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Hi!

I read the posts Link to post and am trying the whole day already to run the programm but at the point where I have to enter _restor~1
I can't go on. if i hit "dir" I can see that this folder or file doesn't exist in the system~1 folder but there is another system~1 folder which confuses me. I am quite desparate now. Is there another way or an other spelling?

I appreciate any answer and help.


Thanks in advance!
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ilnipote

Welcome to Geeks to Go

I have replied to you, as I see you have been waiting for a couple of days.

My strong advice is DO NOT try and use Hirens

Firstly it contains some unlicensed software and its use therefore is not something Geeks to Go supports

and secondly that lsass.exe is

Local Security Authority Subsystem Service


and is part of the Windows file system that manages log on and authentification service.

My advice, although you have already waited, is to wait a little longer and then post here
http://www.geekstogo...e-waiting-room/

Good luck with it
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rshaffer61

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If you are trying to restore your system back to a previous date do you have your XP cd?
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thank you! I booted linux from a dvd and could save my important files. now I'll format all and reinstall the system!

problem solved =)
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