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I have one problem in my computer, there i saw is shuting donwn

Some timi and every time when i start my PC then it auttomaticlly open My document and there show me allway your computer is going to shut down after 50 minute. What is this and how i can solve this problem. 
Some i solve this problem by using this following:
then i wrote there in notepad    shutdown-a
then seve as then
i use like this.   ""   then i wrote there  "remove.bat" then i save it then can saw on desktop there remove.bat programing file. when i use this 2 or 3 time it auto out. but it allway so im feeling bored from this problem.

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