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About restarting on closing any program system ask for restart program

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This is because you the program is working on some command before it was interrupted. you either close it or restart it. this happen when there is overload on the memory. Don't panic its no big deal. good luck

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When i shut down my computer, it automatically restart. i tried to correct it by removing the power and restart button before shutting down, still it would restart.


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There could be spyware problem or some kind of antivirus. Scan it with good antivirus.
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4. Under Startup and Recovery, click on Settings.
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5. Run hardware diagnostics for possible hardware issue.
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