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Ihave a ga-ep45-ds3r and when I shut down properly and then turn back on I get an improper shut down notice, a blue screen message and then it attempts to restart. It will time out and default to normal start up and then successfully restart vista 32 OS but get a windows recorvered from improper shut down message. Any ideas.

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There is a log file in ur c drive which accidently or by antivirus has converted the file into an archieve file, plz find the boot.ini file in ur c drive or in system 32 folder.

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