NT AUTHOURITY SHUTDOWN IN XP

  [DELETED] 21:32 01 Dec 2003
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everytime i connect to the internet using XP pro. i get a pop-up window saying my computer will be shutdown due to NT AUTHOURITY/SYSTEM and automatically shutsdown in 1 minute. i only run outlook and IE 6.0. Any ideas on wot it is and how to stop it?

Kris

  [DELETED] 21:33 01 Dec 2003

You have got the Blaster virus.

First Start, Run and type

shutdown -a

and click OK. This will give you more time.

Next, get the MS Patch. Without it you'll be reinfected every time you connect: click here

Then run either Stinger click here or the Norton removal tool click here

  [DELETED] 07:40 02 Dec 2003

Oh and then get Anti Virus installed. Update it and KEEP it updated. click here is free.

  [DELETED] 16:23 02 Dec 2003

cheers guys/girls. seems to work but will let the net run for a day to make sure.

  johnnyrocker 16:25 02 Dec 2003

also did you disable system restore before cleansing,?

johnny.

  [DELETED] 18:05 02 Dec 2003

i did indeed. disabled it as it says in the microsoft file. better enable it again
thanks for reminding.

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