System keeps shutting down when on the internet

  StingRay71 10:25 28 Sep 03

Hi, can anyone help?, as I have the most annoying problem.
When I am on the internet, I keep getting a message come up to say my system is shutting down in 1 minute as initiated by NT authority/system. It then goes on to say that windows has had to shut down because the remote procedure call (RPC) service was terminated unexpectedly.There is a 1 minute countdown, and then my computer restarts.
There doesn't appear to be any pattern as to the time at which the message comes up, and I can't identify any triggering factors.
Has anyone else had this problem, or does anyone know how to solve it.

  VoG II 10:27 28 Sep 03

Blaster! click here

  WaiKent 10:28 28 Sep 03

it was resolved i think in an earlier thread, but maybe it is the blaster worm virus? search for the thread as it was up yesterday and i cant b bothered to do it for you.

  VoG II 10:28 28 Sep 03

Install this patch click here

Then run Stinger click here

  VoG II 10:31 28 Sep 03

They don't have time to search!

Press the windows key and the R key, in the box that appears type the word as below


Leave a space between shutdown and the - sign.

This will buy you more time.

  WaiKent 10:35 28 Sep 03

lol sorry

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