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Shutting down I have vista home premium, it has frozen whilst shutting down? how do I get it to shut down, it is not responding at all.

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If its a laptop take the battery out or the HD if its a PC turn it off at the mains if it always freezes at shutdown a program or even soundfile is corrupt run system repair then you will need to ctrl--alt-delete to see if a program is not responding and close it by choosing> end task

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