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Windows not shutting down

My computer froze while checking my hotmail. I was able to tell it to restart the computer but its froze at shutting down, its says its working and the message shutting down is there, How can i get it to finish the job?

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You could try unplugging your laptop and taking the battery out, wait a few minutes put the battery back in, then plug it back in to the wall receptable, if you were working on something you wanted to save when this happend it might not keep any of the information, you should be able to boot it back up normally.

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