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Shutdown problems

Discussion in 'Earlier Versions of Windows' started by twotymer05, Dec 15, 2001.

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  1. twotymer05

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    My problem is i cant shut down or restart my computer nomatter what i do, the only way i have shut it down is just turning it off and that aint good for it so i was just looking for a website or some good info thank you very much.
     
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  3. Dark Star

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    Good suggestion, and if that should fail because it may and it may not work.

    You can always try holding down the "Shift" key while you click on shutdown. Don't ask me why it works it just does. Even that is not a 100% thing either.

    DS

    Hiya Rick,
    Many thanks for the Christmas card.........Many happy returns and may you and your's have a very Merry Christmas. :)
     
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    Dark Star, your quite welcome and I am glad to see youÂ’re doing a splendid job here as usual.

    Merry Christmas not only to you and yours but to all who use this forum.
     
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