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My cpu does not take ShutDown Autometicaly.

Dear Sir,
When I Press ShutDown Command from START mode on my screen, after some time my pc tel me "It is now safe switchoff your computer" before sometime CPU switchoff autometicaly itself.
Please send me a solution for it on my mail address.

Your"s Faithfully
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FOR THIS YOU NEED TO EDIT REGISTRY, AND BE AWARE OF THE FACT THAT EDIT REGISTRY CAN DMG YOUR OS!!!!

to edit registry you need to execute a program from the command option in your start menu ( dont know the exact name to execute, got no english version of windows).. but you need to execute regedit.exe

now you enter regedit, it's a kind of explorer type environment... go to:

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Winlogon]

then search for the value

PowerdownAfterShutdown

behind that there is :

REG_SZ (String Value)

leave that alone.

then:

a 0 (zero)

that needs to be changed to 1,

you can change it by right click on "powerdownaftershutdown" and choose the top option (i asume edit (again no english version.or something)

now change it to 1, press ok, and exit registry editor, save it and problem should be fixed.

Posted on Jan 29, 2009

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