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i shut down my computer every night. when i start it up the next day i get the message WMI has encountered a problem and needs to shut down. I say don't send and it pops back up about 10 more times. after i hit don't send that many times it finally quits popping up and stays off the rest of the day. Can someone tell me what causes this or how to fix this problem.? i know it probably isn't a serious problem but it is very annoying. i have hit send several times to see what microsoft had to say but they had no answer. so, if anyone could tell me what to do to fix the problem, i would very much appreciate your help.
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try this....
click start...right click on my computer...properties...advanced tab..
at the bottom click on error reporting...in the pop up window.. put a tick on disable error reporting..then OK...
while your in the area...
click on settings in the start up and recovery section...uncheck automatically restart..click OK...

this will keep you from ever getting in a booting loop thats a pain to get out of...you will instead get a blue screen that will have some error codes that will give us clues as to what the problem is
reboot...and let us know how it goes...
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