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Command Prompt shut down my computer

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If i open command prompt, my computer shuts down. Please help!

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  • Anonymous Oct 05, 2008

    the same happens to me

  • zanpakutou Nov 24, 2008

    I had Avira Antivir installed in my PC. I reboot my pc in safe mode then turned off system restore. I ran the software (full scan) but detects only 1 warning (file wasn't scanned) and no virus was found. I reboot my pc in normal mode then I run CMD and still my keeps rebooting.



    Please assist.

  • biksbikalpa Dec 22, 2008

    whenever i open my pc this error occurs:-
    "THIS SYSYEM IS SHUTTING DOWN.PLEASE SAVE ALL WORK IN PROGRESS AND LOGG OFF.ANY UNSAVED CHANGES WILL BE LOST.THIS SHUTDOWN WAS INITIATED BY RAHUL

  • Anonymous Mar 19, 2009

    If i open command prompt, my computer shuts down

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Had the same problem and found an exact solution here...

might as well try it on yours

http://www.techykid.com/virus/auto-shutdown-virus.html

thanks

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Your pc is infected by viruses please update your anti-viruse then disable system restore and boot in safe mode and do a system scan

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