This is usually caused by a virus that is trying to load each time an application is initialized. The actual exe or dll may have been removed by a vrius scanner, but the registry key still remains. Theat is what is causing lsass to fail. There is a registry key that needs to be edited. but you can't load windows to get into the registry. you'll need a remote registry editor, like BartPE, or Ultimate Boot CD for Windows. THIS IS SERIOUS STUFF AND CAN F@#$ YOUR COMPUTER, so if you don't have COMPLETE CONFIDENCE that you know how to safely edit the registry, take it to a professional.
Once you gain access to the registry, back it up, then search for AppInit_Dlls. renamed it AppInit_Dlls.old. Then create a new string key named AppInit_Dlls. leave its value blank, empty. Save your registry changes and reboot into safe mode with F8. Once windows loads, install MalwareBytes scanner and do a fullscan. You will need to reboot to kill all viruses, and probably have to run the full scan a second time in normal boot mode (not safe mode).
Then install a serious anti-virus anti-malware scanner, nothing from McAfee or Norton Symantec will be good enough, they are just shills for suckers. thank you internet.