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If you are working on a domain based networks - u can use psexec commands for numerous remote things. like opening notepad from networks, shutdown the remote pc etc....and alot of other things. -Cheers - Parveen

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If the system hack... Can you solve it..??

You mean if your system is hacked, can you solve it?

-Hacked as somebody has entered on your PC without your consent?

-Yes you can, personally I would unplug it from the internet, boot off a LiveCD, backup my data somewhere like and external USB and format the PC.

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My seagate goflex desk 4 tb was running fine but out of sudden inbetween it started making clicking sound n stopped responding Sinse then it makes sounds n not detected in my pc n also in disk management...

Hard drives can click for a couple of reasons, 1. the hard drive is not getting enough power to spin up correctly and 2. the hard drive has crashed totally which in fact can be fairly costly if you need data rescued from it - try another USB cable from the hard drive too as this may help.

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Whenever I open Pinnacle Studio 12, a box appears, titled 'Abnormal Shut Down Detected'. It reads: The last time Pinnacle Studio Plus ran, it did not shut down correctly. What would you like to do?...

Whenever I open Pinnacle Studio 12, a box appears, titled 'Abnormal Shut Down Detected'. It reads: The last time Pinnacle Studio Plus ran, it did not shut down correctly. What would you like to do?
Continue. Continue working on the same project
New Start with an empty project
Open. Open an existing project

Sep 11, 2010 | Pinnacle Studio Version 12 for PC

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Toshiba Satellite a135-s4527 shuts off itself. And when I restart, I'm getting black screen right after Toshiba logo. It starts eventually.Anything I can do?

you dont say how long it was runnig when it shut off,,nor did you say if or not it shut off again after you eventually got it giong again,,,,a lappy will generally shut down for no reason if the cpu gets hot,,this is caused by the amount of dirt and dust in the cooler fins and fan,,,

Jul 17, 2010 | Toshiba Satellite A100-S8111TD Notebook

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I have a MSI K8N Neo3 MB with AMD 64 2800+ C. IPU; (1) PC-3200 256Mb and (1) 512Mb DIMM's; ATI video card. The unit has not changed in past 3 years and has worked fine. Now it just will not power down...

I don't know your experience level so if I'm to basic please don't take offense and if I not basic enough don't hesitate to ask for clarification. I've split this up into 3 parts; hardware, software and security.
First you should quit unplugging your computer to shut it off. If you don't have hardware problems already unplugging you computer while it's running is a good way to cause them.
Other than a physical problem with the CPU or motherboard you seem to have ruled out almost everything. If you haven't tried it yet try holding down your power button until the power supply shuts down (usually 10-30 seconds). If this doesn't work given what you've already tried you probably have a damaged CPU or motherboard or an incompatable power supply (any ATX supply should shut down).
If this does shut down your system your problem is more likely software related. There are several possibilities (all can cause the system to not turn off);
1) corrupted system files
2) corrupted system settings
3) malware (spyware, viruses, data miners, ect...)
4) hacked system (there are numerous possibilities here)
a) to get an idea if you've been hacked open system info in control panel, if your RAM is showing considerably less than what you have installed that's a strong sign you've been hacked.

I would recommend doing a new install of Windows, not a reinstall. Your problem could be corrupt settings and Windows may import your old setting with a reinstall. If you have a spare hard drive I'd do the install on it, this will allow you to save your data while you determine for certain if the problem is hardware or software related. If this doesn't solve your problem then your problem is (again) most likely hardware. If you determine it's hardware, you need either spare parts or expensive testers to determine your exact problem.
If a new install on another drive solves your problems you need to consider items 3 and 4 above. A new O.S. install should solve the problem for now but you need to consider your security options. You'll need a firewall, anti-virus and anti-spyware. You should also set the password on your CMOS/BIOS. If you can use accounts with your version of Windows set up a (supervisor) maintenance account and a (limited) user account. Use passwords on these accounts, use the user account unless your actually doing system maintenance that requires superviser access, this will help limit the ability for others to make changes to your system.
Your passwords for your CMOS/BIOS and supervisors should be strong, at least 14 characters with upper and lower case letters and numbers if your system will allow it included special characters. Write these down and store them in a safe place, the only persons you should tell your passwords should be "me, myself and I".

May 30, 2010 | MSI K8N Neo3 Motherboard

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Restart the computer and hold down the f11 key till you hear a bell.

This will activate the system restore program.

Select restore to factory settings/ default.

That should help you out.


Apr 29, 2010 | Compaq Presario CQ60-220US PC Laptop

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System power won't shut down when Windows shuts down.

if same system asking about hp a1320n

drivers and bios updates

try upadating all to see if corrects

May 15, 2009 | HP Pavilion Media Center a1320n PC...

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If it shuts down normally then all you may have to do is a system restore to when it didn't have the problem. To do that, all you need to do is press start, press run, then type msconfig from there after pressing enter you will see the button system restore.

If it shuts down randomly (as in the entire computer just goes capluey and everything just stops working) It is most likely a grounding issue inside the laptop (electrical short circuit) and to be honest, your computer is trying to protect itself by turning off. The best way to solve it is to have a tech inspect the motherboard on the lappy, or get it replaced. A temporary solution MIGHT be to press and hold the power button for about 30 seconds with the battery taken out and the AC adapter disconnected, and then shaking the computer, and tapping it (gentle to moderately) underneath (best to flip the lappy over to do this. This will knock off anything conducting that you wouldn't be able to get at. Again this is a temporary solution and may or may not work. I hope it does though! :)

Dec 16, 2008 | Toshiba Satellite A135-S2386 Notebook

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Anti-hacking code

Hi noxiney,
Most hackers gain access to others computer through open ports, this way a hacker can't be detected by any antivirus or firewall software. While the hacker is undercover inside your computer theres almost nothing you can do, because you think theres no problem with your PC. Also consider that hackers are experts when covering their tracks, this would make difficult to know from where this intruder comes.
The anti-hacking code would have to track the hackers Ip address and then hack the hacker's PC and trigger the shutdown routine. Let's say that the anti-hacking code can track the hacker's real Ip (which is very difficult considering that the hacker is covering his tracks and showing fake Ip), when the code reaches the hacker's PC it has to get inside and order the operating system to shut down (in less words, hack the hacker).
This is a very difficult thing to make and demands high knowledge not only of the TCP and UDP protocol but knowledge of the other's computer.
Concluding, it is possible to program many softwares that one can use to gather information about the intruder's PC and manage a way to shut down the hacker's PC before he/she shuts down yours. It does not exists a code which automatically shuts down a hacker's PC.

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My Acer Lappy turns off automatically!

This could be a heat issue. Make sure that nothing ( eg dust) is blocking the air vents.

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