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Computer takes about an hour to shutdown.

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I am running Win7. I have noticed recently that when I shutdown my computer, instead of taking only seconds, it is now taking around an hour and the monitor says it is Shutting down the whole time. While it is attempting to shutdown, I notice that my cable modem, router, and light on the computer near the start button continue to blink at a rapid place. Is this normal or could a hacker be stealing my info? I was told to run the OTL programd and that I did. Included in this post are the two results OTL placed on my desktop. One is just OTl and that other is "Extras". Thanks for your help.
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