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Press your "control" "alt" and "delete key at the same time on your keyboard. control is the key that says "ctrl" on it on the bottom left side and "alt" is near it. When you press all three keys at the same time, you will see a prompt that asks if you want to open "windows task manager". choose "yes" or click on "windows task manager".
Click on the tab that says "applications" at the top. Then click on the file that was stuck during forwarding and then click the "end" box at the bottom. This will get rid of the problem. If you can't figure out how to get into the task manager, then just press the power button the pc and hold it in until it turns off all the way. That will also get rid of the file on the screen.
Posted on Mar 21, 2011
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