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Stopping your system from the 60 second restart
25 December 2007

You can stop a computer from automatically rebooting during the 60 second countdown by doing the following:

1. Head to the Start button
2. Select Run...
3. type shutdown -a in the popup window
4. Select the Ok button to issue the command

Select Recovery tab
Image 1.1: (45KB .jpg)

You can "stop" the Remote Procedure Call Service from shutting down the system after 60 seconds each time the attack is attempted. This does not apply to LSASS.exe. I absolutely do not condone this action as a "fix," but it could be used to stop the system from rebooting while you are attempting to repair the issue and scan your computer for vulnerabilities if you have not already activated your firewall. In an effort to ensure that your system will not be attacked while attempting to solve the problem, disconnect the computer from the internet:

1. Head to the Start button
2. Select Run...
3. type services.msc in the popup window
4. Select the Ok button to issue the command
5. Select the Remote Procedure Call Service from the list by double clicking it
6. Select the "Recovery" tab (Image 1.1)
7. The default for this service is "Restart the Computer" for all failures
8. Change each one to "Restart the Service"
9. Select the Ok button to apply the settings

Again, this should not be done to fix the reboot issue, only to ensure that you have the proper amount of time to correct the problems.

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