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Computer do not turn off

When turn off the computer Windows shoot down, but monitor and coolers still working! Last message on screen is "Windows is shuting down.." and than just stop. only way to turn it of is to press a Reset button or just to unplag power cable. 
I have EP-8K9AI motherboard, 768mb of RAM (512mb+256mb), witch also sometime working both,but ussually just card in the right slot!
If anyone have idea what's happening, please help!!!!
Thanks!

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  • dangubadab Nov 04, 2008

    Thanks for help abouth shuting down!

    I also find out somethin interested about RAM memory, old card was 256MB an it been palced in 1st slot! When i get new (512MB), i placed it in 1st slot, and old move to 2nd slot! Since I do that, every restart was lotery, machine sometimes seenone card (512MB from right slot), sometimes both! I simply change their palces na problem desapired. Now computer work perfectly with bouth cards!  

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You have a System file problem
Go to C:\ right click go to properties tools "error check" click to open then tick little box to fix errors and reboot .
Windows on reboot will scan disk and fix any errors.
If this does not fix it reinstall windows in "Repair Mode"
Boot from Win CD after drivers etc are loaded will ask you what you want to do Press the R key to Install in repair mode. you will not lose any files doing so

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