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try closing IE manually by opening task manager. right click on the taskbar> start task manager>processes>right click iexplorer.exe>end process. i would suggest you switch to chrome if the problem persists. usually however when a system hangs at logoff or shutdown it's because it has too many programs running. you should install an app that can help you manage which apps start with windows. i recommend CCleaner to do general pc cleanup as well.. when you have it running go to tools>startup to manage all those apps that bog down your computer.
Click on " start" than " control panel" than " add/ remove " programs, look down the list " delta" click on it once than clicks " remove" repeat procedure for " delta toolbar". Check to see if your issues are gone. If not go to www.malwarebytes.org download their free version of malwarebytes to your computer and install. Run a full scan of your system and remove anything it finds. If you need any further instructions please comment back and let me know which operating system ( ie Windows XP) you are using and I will try to assist you further
Running intense program with the lid closed will cause a sharp rise in temperature making the laptop hotter than it should be leading it into a shutdown. The second issue, windows should be shutdown properly rather than closing the lid, this makes the operational system unstable and will cause files to corrupt eventually.
Rebooting a computer means, pressing the Reset/Restart button. But if you wish to securely restart it, click Start (Windows XP) and then "ShutDown" button, again click "Restart". There's another option when Windows XP is in Classic mode, once you press the Shutdown button, you'll see a small window showing "Shutdown", you can click the arrow button next to the "Shutdown" and then select "Restart", now click the "Ok" button to restart the system. In Windows Vista and Windows 7, click "Start", if you don't see the "Restart" button, you might be seeing the "Shutdown" button, just next to the "Shutdown" button, there's a small right arrow button, click it and select "Restart". Your system will restart.
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On vista the button on the start menu is a hibernate button not a shutdown, if you look to the side of the button you will see an arrow if you click this it will give you options such as shut down and reboot. this confused soo many people microsoft have changed it in the new version on windows. To complelty disable your webcam you will need to go to control pannel- system settings - device manager then right click on the webcam and choose disable.
Internet explorer is unable to handle many windows open at the same time.
My suggestion is to use Mozilla Firefox which can be downloaded for free which is safer and has much fewer errors than IE. Please update me on the situation and what internet browser you are using and I will work with you until the problem is fixed.
Hi here are so links that may help you troubleshoot your shutdown issues...
This used to be a nightmare problem.. waaayyyy back..