Laptop shuts down frequently


My laptop (Pentium III, running Windows XP) doesn't get a lot of use. This week I used it to go online while my other computer is unplugged while a room is remodeled. It keeps giving me the message that the system will shut down in 60 seconds (Status Code 1073741819). Then it reboots and a message appears that LSA Shell encountered a problem and needed to close.

I updated my virus protection and made sure my Windows critical updates were complete.

Any idea what else I can do?



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You may have the "Sasser Worm" Check this url for a fix, or wherever you usually go to remove a worm.

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