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    Windows shutting down problems in Acer notebook with Windows XP

    My Acer notebook with Windows XP is not shutting down normally. I have to shut it by turning the power off. How to solve this problem?



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    supermaster Array
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    Re: Windows shutting down problems in Acer notebook with Windows XP

    My dear friend ,
    when ever you shut down your system,first it closes all the dlls and then programs, then it shuts down the system.If any program remains in the memory and still using the dll, then computer does not shit down normally.there may be a possibility that some kind of virus enterd in your system and using the dll and preventing your system from system.To resolve this open the task manager and terminate the unnecessary process.and you will be able to shut down your computer easily.

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    asvg Array
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    Re: Windows shutting down problems in Acer notebook with Windows XP

    hi friend,
    Just give some time for your windows to shut down or you can use shutdown software .
    There may be some hardware or software issues in your system.
    If you close the system even with programs opened also ,you may get this issue.images.jpg

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    Rozalyn Array
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    Re: Windows shutting down problems in Acer notebook with Windows XP

    Hi,
    I think the problem here is due to worms and some popular viruses. I have seen this happening with computers. It happened to my machine too. When this happened there were no other options left to me other than forcefully shutting it down from the main switch.
    In your case, first and foremost load an antivirus as well as an anti spyware in your machine.
    Run both to completely clean your machine.
    Delete those .exe files that are mentioned to be harmful in your machine. These files sometimes cannot be fixed by the antivirus too, so the antivirus or anti spyware version asks you that it could not fix it, whether to delete it or not. It is better that you delete it for once and for all.
    Do the same method for all your drives. Then check with shutting down your machine. This time definitely normal shutting down will work.

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