I use the function ExitWindowsEx to reboot my computer. Everything works just fine except for the fact that if I try to force a reboot (EWX_FORCE | EWX_REBOOT )my system does shutdown but not reboot... it simply hangs up at a certain point after the shutdown is already done. What can I do ? (This only happens with Win95; with WinNT it works !!)
You can use the Win32 API ExitWindowsEx() on Windows NT to force a logoff. You accomplish this by combining the EWX_LOGOFF and EWX_FORCE flags. Unfortunately, this combination is not supported on Windows
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