So what happens with me isn't just CPU. My PC will be fine up until about 10 or 15 minutes after login. Then, the LSAP will begin to excessively run with CPU spiking to about 20% and Disk Usage spiking to almost 92%. It eventually freezes the Windows system and I have to force shutdown. I have tried everything to fix this or figure out what is causing it.(Just to say that it doesn't appear to be a wide-spread issue. For example, I just disabled an unneeded service so that my idle CPU usage went down from 2% to 1%. )
The version of the file I have isn't a virus. I've verified this. This has happened to me each time I've upgraded from Windows 10 to any of the last 6 Windows 11 builds. Thanks for providing the link though to look into that possibility.
HAHA. Well, I never purchase more than a 12-month warranty for any of my machines, so that wouldn't matter much to me. I'm just happy the issue is resolved.(I was just reading yesterday about MS's stance on removing "manufacturer's" (if that word isn't used rather loosely, I don't know what is...) bloatware: Don't do it, you'll void any warranty. LOL. Umm, removing the bloatware is the very first thing I do with any new computer. It's what everyone SHOULD do. I'd like to see that hold-up in court that removing unnecessary software "voids your warranty". LOL. I really would enjoy seeing a court decision that said that. LOL)
I think I have fixed this issue! I noticed that the Dell Remediation service started before the Lsass freaking out each time. I uninstalled all of the Dell bloatware, and the Lsass process immediately went back to normal. It has been a few hours, and I haven't had this issue.
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