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    Default Terminated unexpectedly with status code 1073741819

    I had to reformat my hard drive and now I receive an error message that in turn reboots my dell laptop everytime I log into the internet. Is it a patch that I need to apply?

    The messages are:
    LSA Shell Export Version has encountered a problem and needs to close
    Error Signature szAppName Isass.exe
    szAppVer 512600
    szModName unknown szModVer 000 offset


    Then I get this countdown thing from one minutes before the machine reboots:
    System process c:\\windows\system32\Isass.exe
    Terminated unexpectedly with status code 1073741819

    Thanks you for any advice!!!!!

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    HI .. you have the Sasser worm INFO<<<< click here

    First you must install the
    security patch
    <<<< click here

    Then run the Removal tool<<<< click here

    To avoid further infection....make sure you have a Firewall and keep your Virus Definitions updated.

    steam
    Look here for Ways to keep your computer safe
    M'SOFT MVP -Windows Security 2004/8 .member ASAP -

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    The link that Steam gave on the update seems not to work.

    I think this is the link he wanted you to go to:

    http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/d...displaylang=en

    If your PC continues to shut down try this :

    This worm may cause LSASS.EXE to stop responding, which forces the operating system to shut down after 60 seconds. If your computer starts to shut down, follow these steps to abort any system shutdown that may be in progress.

    1.
    On the taskbar at the bottom of your screen, click Start, and then click Run.

    2.
    Type: cmd and then click OK.

    3.
    At the command prompt, type: shutdown.exe -a and then press ENTER

    Then follow the rest of Steam's suggestions.

    Cheers