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When i try to restart/turn off my shutdown menu is different how can i return it to normal?

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Whenever u disable the windows welcome screen setting in xp the shutdown menu will be different. Goto Control Panel-> User Accounts -> Change The User Logs on and then check the Use Welcome Screen. You`ll get back ur old shutdown menu

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Try these instructions to restore your computer back to the Factory Settings.

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2: select system
3: select device manager
4: find your keyboard in the task pane and delete it
5: restart your pc by holding Ctrl, Alt and Delete and select shutdown
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From the Start button, select menu/programs/accessories/system tools/system information, then click on the tools menu and select system configuration utility.


When the program opens, you'll see an advanced button on the bottom right corner. Press it.


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