How to Fix Windows Shutdown Problems

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How to Fix Windows Shutdown Problems

Post  THE GIVEAWAY BLOG!! on Wed Jun 26, 2013 11:02 am

Safe mode serves as a diagnostic mode which is designed for Windows operating system to troubleshoot issues when the system has encountered critical problem and cannot reboot normally. Since firstly introduced in Win 95, Safe Mode is available in almost all versions of Windows operating system including Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows NT, Windows 98. Safe Mode can reboot the PC with a minimal set of device drivers and services to start Windows before the problem has been solve.




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  1. Try to shut down or restart the computer from safe mode

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    1. Reboot PC from Safe Mode.

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      • Exit all programs. 2. Click Start, and then go to Run. In Run dialog box, type Msconfig in to the box. 2. Click OK. 3. In the System Configuration Utility, on the BOOT.INI tab, check /SAFEBOOT.Click OK.When you are asked to restart the computer, click Restart.




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  3. The computer restarts in Safe mode. This can take several minutes.

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  4. Confirm that your hard disk or file system is not damaged with Recovery Console


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    • The Windows Recovery Console is regarded as a feature of the Windows 2000, Windows XP and Windows Server 2003 operating systems which is designed to help you recover when a Windows XP-based computer does not start correctly or if it does not start at all. It provides the means for administrators to perform a limited range of tasks using a command line interface. Its primary function is to enable administrators to recover from situations where Windows does not boot as far as presenting its graphical user interface. When you use the Windows Recovery Console, you can obtain limited access to the NTFS file system, FAT, and FAT32 volumes without starting the Windows graphical user interface (GUI).




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  • Install the Recovery Console, follow these steps:

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    • Insert the Windows XP CD into the CD-ROM drive. 2. Click Start, and then click Run. 3. In the Open box, type d:\i386\winnt32.exe /cmdcons where d is the drive letter for the CD-ROM drive. In the case of 'Microsoft Windows XP Professional x64 Edition, type d:\amd64\winnt32.exe /cmdcons where d is the drive letter for the CD-ROM drive. 4. A Windows Setup Dialog Box appears. The Windows Setup Dialog Box describes the Recovery Console option. To confirm the installation, click Yes. 5. Restart the computer. The next time that you start your computer, "Microsoft Windows Recovery Console" appears on the startup menu. Alternatively, you can use a Universal Naming Convention (UNC)-established connection to install the Recovery Console from a network share point.




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  • Check Registry Errors using Registry Cleaner


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    • A corrupt or sluggish Windows Registry may lead to the infamous Blue Screen of Death, deteriorated system performance or DLL errors, exe errors and some other mysterious errors. Eventually, it can cause your slow PC to shut down with your consent. In response to the problem, you should install registry cleaner to help you. An advanced, excellent and powerful registry cleaner will safely and perpetually remove out the entire registry errors and unwanted files in Windows Registry.





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