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How do I do when my XP does not want to be shut off ?

Please help, how do I do when my XP does not shut off , otherwise it keeps rebooting?

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You can long press the Power button of your CPU until the computer turns off.

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Until you figure it out.

Change the setting about rebooting on crash from reboot to halt. Here's how.

http://www.theeldergeek.com/auto_reboot_on_system_crash.htm

Use the method you like best. Now that it BSOD's instead of reboots you can read the screen for clues as well as continue to power off with the power button.
Bob

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