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Computer shut down can't be used until next day!

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by shakesalmon, Nov 13, 2007.

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  1. shakesalmon

    shakesalmon Thread Starter

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    I am puzzled by this. I decided to use a computer at an Elementary school I work at in Japan. I switched it on and then checked my email and surfed the web. I decided to shut down the computer after I finished. The next day a teacher says do not shut down the computer because last night teachers could not use the computer. Is this just a security reason once you shut down you can't use the computer again for that day? I always thought it was simply reenter the password and reconnect to the internet again to use the computer again. Cheers for any thoughts.:)
     
  2. dark_thoughts

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    HAHAHAHAH

    man thats pretty bad..I wonder how much energy they use up, with out turning off the computer..would consume alot of energy id say...

    now we know why japan is one of the most biggest contributers to green house gases lol
     
  3. DoubleHelix

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    What exactly happens when you try to log in a 2nd time in the same day? Are you logging in locally or to a network? With a local ID?
    What's the history of the computer? Purchased new? Used? Has it always been like this?
     
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