lsass is causing a seg fault
Every now and then, when I boot up my computer, some background process called lsass sg faults, and causes a countdown to pop up before my computer restarts. I think that's the process that deals with user logons or something, but I can't quite remember. If I check my task manager quick enough, I find that avserv2 is taking up about 80% of my CPU, and ending it will cause the seg fault to not occur. I first noticed that when MSVC would take about 20 seconds when swapping between files.
I'm sure somebody knows exactly what those two processes are doing, and I'd like to have some light on them. Perhaps even a fix to have this problem stop.