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I tried to install winoff25 from CNet to shut my system down. It obviously did not install properly, and now my Vista'd laptop will ont shut down. It just hangs, and I have to hold down the Off button. I cannot reach to a Restore point as when I try to, I get a message "Local disk (c:) has errors. Windows detected file system corruption on C:" (I deleted the obvious winoff25 fleis, but....) HELP

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You need to search a program that shut down your laptop a made on for myself but i cannot sent it to you ,but evan if you find a program it will not solve your problem i advice you to reinstal OS .

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    you need to search a program that shut down your laptop a made on for myself but i cannot sent it to you ,but evan if you find a program it will not solve your problem i advice you to reinstal OS .

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