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LSA Shell Problem

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#1 Gochoo2


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Posted 07 February 2005 - 01:42 PM

I'm suffering a really frustrating problem with XP. Everytime I am connected to the internet for more than a few minutes, I get an error message saying that Windows XP has detected a problem with LSA Shell (export version) and needs to close. Then my computer shuts itself down after 60 seconds. At first I found a virus and thought that was the problem, and I even went through the process of completely re-formatting my drive and reinstalling XP, but it still won't go away. It seems to be some sort incompatibility with my computer, XP, my modem, and/or my ISP but it just started happening recently after everything had been fine for the 6 months since I installed XP.

It only happens when I am connected to the internet. Otherwise, everything seems to work fine.

Any ideas ? I'm ready to chuck the thing out the window.

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#2 Grinler


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Posted 08 February 2005 - 11:15 PM

You need to download the updates for windows xp. Go to www.windowsupdate.com and download all available critical updates. It will help if you enable the firewall first in xp:

Configuring Windows XP Internet Connection Firewall

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