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DOUGLASS3020

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why when i change it to restart in the taskbar and start menu in the control panel does it only stay on restart for a real short time then goes to shutdown does anyone know anything about this it was fine then i did a system recovery back to factory tory defaut and now i can't get it to change to restart on the start menu

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does any one how to fix this

Edited by DOUGLASS3020, 30 April 2013 - 02:05 PM.

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never mind it is fixed i just entered shutdown -r -f in the command promopt.not sure if that fixed itt but it is staying on restart
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i found out why .i found that it won't stay changed to restart until it is fully updated. i guess that is just windows 7.so all i had to do was update my computer. othetwise it will change back to shutdown regardless of the settings
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I'm glad you resolved your issue but even more important I want to apologize for your topic going unresponded to. Sometimes a topic does fall between the cracks but we do our best to respond to every topic. Thanks for updating your topic with your resolution as I''m sure it will help someone later with the same issue.
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