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CrashCrash

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I can't remember exactly what it says word for word but,

It says a windows proccesses was unexpectedly deleted, and then tells me the computer will restart in one minute.

Please help, thank you.

Edit p.s. I just remembered it saidd something about system.exe or something.

Edited by CrashCrash, 13 July 2005 - 12:05 PM.

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it would help if you could get the entire message...if it comes back up write it.
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Okay I will try, give me one second.
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sounds like a virus to me. There is no process on Windows that deletes another and causes an error! run your Antivirus and disoconnect form the internet and network then run a full scan on your system.
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"This shut down was iniated by NT Authority System.
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System Process

C:\Windows\System32\Services.exe
Terminatated unexpectedly with status code 0."

Thats what it said.
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you have a virus.
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So, disconnect from the internet and run a full system scan?
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Update your virus defintions, disconnect from the internet, reboot in safe mode and run a scan. Hopefully that will take care of it, if not post back and we can try other options.

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I can't reboot in safemood, I've tried this previously, and it starts a partition or somethign
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Hmmm. Run a system scan now I guess, but the chances of fully removing a potential virus are slim.

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do you have the error code that mentions the deletion.
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Which file is it.
In ur first post u said system.exe now u say services.exe.
system.exe means u surely have a virus. If its services.exe and if u don't find any virus, tell me (post here).
I think I know what might be wrong.
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do you have the error code that mentions the deletion.

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I posted it above.
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well that error code doesn't mention anything being deleted
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Which file is it.
In ur first post u said system.exe now u say services.exe.
system.exe means u surely have a virus. If its services.exe and if u don't find any virus, tell me (post here).
I think I know what might be wrong.

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I apologize, off the top of my head I thought it said system.exe, but I wrote it down when it came up the next time and it actually says services.exe. I apologize.

I'm running a full scan with Ewido, and then AVG
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