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GDI+ Window on shutdown??

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by nick69, Jul 31, 2006.

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    nick69 Thread Starter

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    Hi guys,

    I just bought a new computer 2 days ago. I went to shut it down 30 mins ago and it came up with a box which said:

    End Program Now: GDI+ WINDOW

    But it just finished the loading bar and came up again. If I press the END NOW button it just came up again.
    Also normally I have 12 Icons down the right of the Taskbar but when this happened all but 3 went including Nortons???

    I also tried opening up a few programs but the only one I could get to open was IE and even that was SLOW!!!!

    The Computer is:
    Packard Bell
    Pentium D 2.8 GHZ
    1 GB RAM
    Nvidia GeForce 6200 LE Graphics card


    Any help would be VERY MUCH appreciated.

    Thanks
    Nick:)
     
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    nick69 Thread Starter

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    As a matter of interest, I held the power button down for 5 secs to shut it down. Started it back up again and it all seems normal????????

    Im confused???
     
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