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All Rights Reserved Theme designed by Audentio Design. There you will find a sticky thread titled " How to repair Windows XP/2000 if you are unable to boot into windows" There are other threads too that might also be Thanks for all your help...I tried to install OS from cd...didn't work; I guess the dell guy is right. Cannot get log on...command prompt...any thing. have a peek here

I had nothing to lose since at this point a full system rebuild seemed like the only fix. Select view from the file menu again and select details from the drop down menu so you can read the file names more easily. If not, where in the registry or Windows directory to begin #3 LeetestUnleet, Apr 11, 2004 EeyoreX Platinum Member Joined: Oct 27, 2002 Messages: 2,864 Likes Received: 0 You can Learn more You're viewing YouTube in Greek. More hints

The paths are named X:\System Volume Information\_restore{x-GUID-x}\RP###. This is my work PC so it had to be fixed quickly. Make sure your computer is set to boot from the CD-ROM first and then from the hard drive. 4. (Optional) If you have a friend that you know is pretty good

Torquin, Aug 26, 2005 #9 Rollin' Rog Joined: Dec 9, 2000 Messages: 45,855 No problem on the wait -- but I'm not exactly sure what additional information on System Restore you What do I need to do to correct this problem? Continue to Parts 3 and 4 for a solution! If that doesn't work either then go to the following site and get the necessary tools to get you in: http://www.petri.co.il/forgot_admini...r_password.htm (In my case, even though I knew and entered my

The machine then reboots and back to the lsass error. Get the most recent RP### path from a date when the system was working - never choose RP### from the day on which you discovered corruption. 5) Now you need to I was able to do a system restore to a point 2 days earlier and everything is now 100%. recommended you read So then I went to System Properties and opend Device Manager from the Hardware tab and found my network adapter.

It has to be the same for the folder to open for you. “But what if no security tab is available to select?” Do this: Click to put checks in BOTH In the Name list click Administrator and then click OK. As far as Windows knows, it is booting up properly. Edited by cybermaniac99, 05 May 2005 - 01:55 PM. 0 #3 gerryf Posted 05 May 2005 - 02:22 PM gerryf Retired Staff Retired Staff 11,365 posts Please review the following MS

Type first and last name if that's how it's written on the top of the Start menu.

Try booting in safe mode. You should be in it now. Here is the link which I have no association to other than showing you where it is: http://www.petri.co.il/forgot_admini...r_password.htm 3.

Just double check this when you’re running again is all I’m saying. navigate here lsass.exe object name not found Started by mepoore , May 05 2005 10:41 AM Please log in to reply #1 mepoore Posted 05 May 2005 - 10:41 AM mepoore New Member windows-nt-2000-xp dajc 2 posts since May 2004 Newbie Member 11Contributors 16Replies 17Views 12 YearsDiscussion Span 6 Years Ago Last Post by Wil 0' Wisp 0 Catweazle 140 12 Years Ago Your My PC kept giving me the Object name not found error and rebooting.

When I click OK it reboots and does the same thing and won't go any further. Yes, just like going back in time to when your computer was still working well! There is no way to boot XP (lsass.exe not found). Check This Out rick brownstone email removed Jul 31, 2007 #5 (You must log in or sign up to reply here.) Show Ignored Content Topic Status: Not open for further replies.

Unfortunately I no longer have the laptop here nor do I remember what the other dll file was. On your monitor you should be looking at a prompt that looks like this: c:\windows> Add md tmp to the prompt to make it look exactly like this and then hit etorresh71 12.514 προβολές 0:47 backup and restore in windows server 2003 - Διάρκεια: 20:24.

Very useful occasionally if you want to take a system back to a clean state before anyone installed anything, you may have to reactivate the o/s so check to make sure

If not then you didn’t type the name exactly as it is listed on top of the start menu. Back to top #3 conjon conjon Topic Starter Members 2 posts OFFLINE Local time:12:00 AM Posted 27 December 2013 - 11:22 AM Thank you for your reply. again. Click Yes. 8.

Run it and select "do a system scan and save the log file". I keep getting this when I start up. So I'm asking if anyone out there knows how to repair a registry from a repair console... this contact form To learn more and to read the lawsuit, click here.

If there was no new hardware installed that may have caused this problem then get ready to start here! Now you're done except that you may want to reset your current time and go back up to where I told you to mark that spot where you will make sure here is the deal... The instructions for SASSGUI imply it needs windows to run.

So I unknowingly crippled the system in my anti-virus rampage. Then refer Part 2 to apply for files. LinkBack LinkBack URL About LinkBacks One of them is labeled "Share this folder on the network" and the other is labeled "Allow network users to change my files." Change the share name from “System Volume Information

Several functions may not work. at my login screen i got the same message lsass not found and went around the reboots and tried booting from windows disc to no avail. I know nothing of hives but I do know I have OEM-installed operating system on it now. All rights reserved.

Here is the list of files to copy: _registry_user_.default _registry_machine_sam _registry_machine_security _registry_machine_software _registry_machine_system You are getting very close to being done so hang in there! btw I had used the earliest restore point I could find within a reasonably dated folder. I have not tried to shut down and restart my PC yet, I wanted to thank you while it works :icon_lol:. Thanks but Well I have already solved it my doing the 'Out of the box' trick with basically a manual restore by going back to a previous registry copy hopefully if

A Windows XP CD that matches the version on your computer meaning if you run XP Pro, then have an XP Pro CD on hand. Mr. I've used the utility successfully in that exact fashion. 0 alc6379 105 12 Years Ago If you can't boot into Windows because of LSASS.exe, you might just want to reconsider getting