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If its vista or windows 7 click on start then on the trianlge on the bottom right of the box that comes up then you will see the turn of selection other wise i would suggest a system restore to a date when your pc was working properly to do this select start then all programmes then accessories then system tools then system restore and follow on screen instructions to restore to a date when your pc was working propery..from my own expierence id say its a virus or an incompatible programme..hope this helps best of luck

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  • sean o connell Aug 10, 2010

    press alt and f4 it might take a few times and you will see the shut down options use arrows on the keyboard to select (shutdown) or use drop down menu ....its probably set to (restart) ...if it doesn't come up after a few times cliking alt and f4... clik on empty part of screen and then try it should come up ....make sure there's nothing opened when doing this or it will just close it...hope this helps ...bonnell

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