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Thread: Shutdown message on XP




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    Whenever I shut down XP instead of it going directly to a shutdown I get this infernal little requester headed "Explorer.exe" with a little blue progress bar. If I click close it tells me that I will lose any unsaved work (perhaps) but if I leave it long enough the system closes anyway.

    There are a few other bits and pieces of info on it but I'm sure everyone has seen it.

    Why does this happen (or what is causing it)?

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    Your bios might not be up to standards for running XP, try flashing your bios and if that dosn't fix it then reinstall windows and see if it works then.
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    There is a tweak for exactly that you have to open the registry editor...once you have the regedit open browse to HKEY_CURRENT_USER/Control Panel/Desktop/ and modify the key AutoEndTasks to a value of "1" close the registry reboot your computer and your all set :D

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