Is there a way to halt shutdown process so message can be read?
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Edited by Michael Buckley, 15 October 2005 - 07:24 PM.
Edited by Fenor, 15 October 2005 - 07:26 PM.
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Sorry there is not a way to halt the shut down. If that is when you are getting it it might be a program that dose not like you closing it when you computer is shut down, try closing down all the programs in the System tray and see if it stops. Do you get any other errors? If this is the only one you get I don't think you have much to worry about.
Hi dcc! Welcome to G2G!
Right click on MY COMPUTER, select PROPERTIES, click on the ADVANCED tab and click the SETTINGS button under STARTUP and RECOVERY. Under the SYSTEM FAILURE heading, uncheck the box next to AUTOMATICALLY RESTART. Click OK and the APPLY and OK. Then shut down your computer and you should get a blue screen with an error code in all caps in the format of ERROR_MESSAGE_HERE (XXxXXXXX)
Please post that error message in here.
There might be an error in event viewer, look at the clock on your computer then shut it down, restart it and look for any errors at that time in event viewer.
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