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Window XPsp2 Dear whenever I try to shutdown my system,it get hanged in the beginning of the process and then I directly shutoff it from CPU

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  • rajes08 Aug 19, 2008

    i have done it what u suggets but the problem still exists

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What so its just starts shutting down then freezes. check for viruses and memory dumps. scan pc for viruses. they could be cuasing it.

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    john doe Aug 19, 2008

    did you try last known good configuration when it asks you. you might also have to do a system restore. have you added any new components/programs, or did this just start happening

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