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I open up Windows XP and just as things are starting to load C:\Windows\System32\Default>shutdown -t 00 with some other switch that Go too fast for me to see kicks in and shuts the computer down. If it is a virus they got that off. I looked through the System 32 directory and saw the shutdown program and read about it some how the shutdown program kicks in with a zero second delay and I don't know where to change the setting. I thought that it was a prefetch item but it was not as I saved the prefetch folder to another spot and then cleaned that out....NO luck. I haven''t been able to get my computer to load in two days. Although I am learning a lot more about windows XP than I bargained for. TIA for your sage insight into this problem. [SIZE=7][COLOR=blue]
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