If so, you maybe able to run System File Checker which should be able to repair the lsass fault. XP auto creates a READ only Copy of Sys files during install. These are accessed by SFC or Checkdisk functions.
If not, can you at least get Dos Command prompt cursor? If so you could cmd run SFC.
Hopefully others have better ideas.
I get this lsass.exe system error when i attempt to start up my computer. I am Running windows XP. how is this problem fixable if you cannot boot up windows? I even tried inserting a Windows 2000 disk to see if it changes, same issue, same error message. Shall i delete the lsass.exe file then try to install the Windows 2000 disk? Or do i leave that file alone? I am currently booting up my system with Linux from a CD ROM, which really isnt that good, because i cannot view, download or do anything with exe files because Linux doesnt recognize it. Any help is greatly appreciated. Thank You