At the moment, I see only two new "problems". 1. Which process is `/proc/self/` for? C:\> dir C:\WINDOWS\system32\lsass.exe 08/03/04 12:26p -a------ 13312 bytes lsass.exe C:\> dir C:\WINDOWS\system32\services.exe 08/03/04 12:26p -a------ 108032 bytes services.exe Bob Thompson, Nov 2, 2005 #1 Advertisements ANONYMOUS Guest Re: Windows XP Thank you... this contact form
All Rights Reserved Tom's Hardware Guide ™ Ad choices Log in or Sign up PC Review Home Newsgroups > Windows XP > Windows XP Performance > Windows XP services.exe / lsass.exe Once registered and logged in, you will be able to create topics, post replies to existing threads, give reputation to your fellow members, get your own private messenger, post status updates, lsass.exe - Appliation Error the application failed to initialize prop Started by gd1975 , Mar 09 2010 10:10 AM Please log in to reply #1 gd1975 Posted 09 March 2010 - Any suggestions?
Nothing else seems to work (not even control + alt + del). Subsequent scans show nothing else left active. I seem to be able to log in to the domain this morning using a login of "DOMAIN\login" instead of "login". Click on OK to terminate the application." This occurs twice and then just sits on an empty screen.
Bob Thompson. Voila. This might be related to the fact I couldn't "join" a domain last night on my standalone system I brought home because I didn't have the domain administrator password and I The only differences are in the time stamps.
Something else caused the problem but I can now learn more about what a service initializing means at my leisure rather than in an emergency mode. slascaux Private E-2 Hi there, and Happy New Year. To which the mouse works fine to click on the OK button. 2. Then the "Services" message in #1 pops up again. 4.
Any ideas? http://twaproductions.com/application-failed/application-failed-to-initialize-0x0000135.html Powered up my old Gateway yesterday, and after seeing brief Windows logo screen, all went black, then the following messages... "lsass.exe failed to initialize properly. I tried to mount the drives on another machine but cant read the drives.... PC Games \ System Tools \ Macintosh \ Demonews.Com \ Top Downloads MajorGeeks.Com \ News (Tech) \ Off Base (Other Websites News) \ Way Off Base (Offbeat Stories and Pics) Social:
Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More... You will need to reboot to kill all viruses, and probably have to run the full scan a second time in normal boot mode (not safe mode). clicked that and got the same two messages again, then nothing but a black screen with a "working" (movable) mouse pointer. have a peek at these guys If the problem still exists, I would go for a reinstall.
There is almost no chance that a virus occurred as this machine is inside a strong firewall (however, the possibility exists, however remote). Stay logged in Sign up now! From what I've been able to find online, this is either a side effect of Sassar or she needs to run a repair install.
chomsky, Sep 24, 2007 #8 Babycakes Joined: Nov 19, 2010 Messages: 1 Now I have the same problem but whatvif I don't have th cd rom or anywhere to put it Search Sign Up Log In Home Forum How To Download News Encyclopedia High-Tech Health Sign Up Language English Español Deutsch Français Italiano Português Nederlands Polski हिंदी Bahasa Indonesia Log In Subscribe Then the "Services" message in #1 pops up again. > > 4. What's up with this thing???
I was working on a system that was recently infected with the Vundo.trojan. Bob Thompson Guest Are these the correct file sizes and dates for Windows XP corporate? The correct filename should start with a small "L" because it's an acronym for: "Local Security Authority Service." Back to top #5 csgt csgt Members 1 posts OFFLINE Local time:03:16 check my blog There is a registry key that needs to be edited.
Click on OK to terminate the application. Solved: lsass.exe and services.exe fail to initialize properly Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by kcbcf, Nov 10, 2007. The next thing I would do is use Autoruns from Microsoft / Sysinternals and disable all non Microsoft services that I am not sure of until the problem goes away.... There is almost no chance that a virus occurred as this machine is inside a strong firewall (however, the possibility exists, however remote).
I thank you very much for your advice as I really wasn't sure how to proceed. C. All rights reserved. asked 7 years ago viewed 80552 times active 2 years ago Linked 0 Windows Update and lsass.exe Related 0Error 21 on Ubuntu 9.04, how do I boot up?1Windows shows Error Code
About Us Computing discussion forum with hardware and software reviews written by our experts. See KB article 315341 and the page by MVP Michael Stevens that Anonymous mentioned several messages ago: http://www.michaelstevenstech.com/cleanxpinstall.html I've never had a Dell, but my understanding is that use of the Since I REALLY needed my PC, I borrowed her corporate license Windows XP Pro CDROM on my way out the building after I saw your post and did the recovery reinstallation Somehow it seems "wrong" to not identify the "real" problem but your time and my time is of the essence so sometimes a short generic cheat fits the situation.
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