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Windows XP Stop sequence

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by bendzo, Apr 27, 2010.

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  1. bendzo

    bendzo Thread Starter

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    Hello.

    For the seminar paper I have to describe a Stop sequence of Windows XP but on the Internet i can not find anything useful so please help.
    Can somebody explains how it works,what processes are executed on shutdown xp and if anyone has some kind of useful literature.

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  2. Mumbodog

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    A stop sequence is also called a kernel panic, there is no process really, other than everything is immediately halted and a memory dump is written to the hard drive, and the infamous Blue screen of Death appears on the screen.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blue_Screen_of_Death

    or did you mean a normal shutdown of the Operating system?

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  3. bendzo

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    Yeah all about normal shut down
     
  4. Mumbodog

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    Not sure if there is anything published about that.

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