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Just wondering if anyone could help me. My computer stops at the Windows is shutting down stage - and stays there. I'm running Windows XP Professional and this problem has arisen since I cleaned some files using Registry Mechanic and Smart PC. When I restore the computer to a point before the clean it does not correct the problem. Any idea what could be causing this ? I also have Norton Anti Virus installed on my system.

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check in the settings of norton to see if it's preforming a shutdown scan...if it is...turn that off and see if it shutdowns better
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