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Windows XP-Home Edition Shutdown problem

Windows occasionally won't shut down giving one of the following error messages. End Program - MCCITrayApp-Windows not responding - or
End Program - MCCWSA Window not responding.

What's wrong and how do I fix this. I'm not advanced so please speak simple-ease for me. Thanks.

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  • dewdrop18 Jan 12, 2009

    Make and model of my computer is HP Paavilion, a200n. Will try proposed solution from amangupta53

  • Thomas F. Schneider May 11, 2010

    Make and model of the computer please. Not sure it is a windows software  problem.

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The MCCItrayapp is a manufactures application,

try this-
ctrl+alt+delete -> shutdown(in the menu) -> ctrl+shutdown(in menu)

This will shutdown your computer in 5 sec.

Posted on Jan 10, 2009

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