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Prompt states computer should be restarted

Every time I boot my Dell Inspiron 8000 (Win XP Pro) this prompt comes up that states that the computer needs to be restarted, yes or no. When I choose Yes, the same prompt comes up. When I choose No, the prompt window closes and all is well. I have run both anti virus and spyware software.

Does anyone know where I should begin to figure out how to stop this annoyance?

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Sounds like a Registry problem .. maybe after some Microsoft auto-update failed to properly install ???

You could try 'rolling back' the last couple of auto-updates ...


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