I am getting a message om home computer that says that "the system is shutting down in 60 seconds. The shutdown was initiated by NT AUTHORITY\SYSTEM and is because the Remote Procedure Call (RPC Service)temininated unexpectedly". That may not be exactly how it is worded but it's not far off. This happens about a minute after I get onto the net.The operating system is Windows XP Home and my ISP is BT. Can anyone help please?
Morning again lads. Have/are trying those tools you sent me links to. It does appear that I have had a virus when I signed onto the net last night. Blueyonder had sent a warning out this morning as well. It seems to get by AV systems. I have Norton and AVG but I still got it and now I hear from work that all the office computers caught the same thing when they signed on this morning! The trouble is its hard to stay online lonmg enough to D/L the fixes. Thanks Ill let you know how I get on. Jane
Is it definitely a virus or is it a Windows XP problem? The same thing happened to me last night on my home PC. The problem I have is that I can't stay online long enough to download any AVG updates or any MS XP patches. Also, I have XP home, but I don't know which patch to download - 32 or 63 bit edition?
IT also happened to me last night, does anyone know how to get rid of it if you can't stay online long enough to download the patches, infact i cant stay online long enough to even read these messages, i had to use sisters to do this....