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shut down problem

Posted on 2001-07-27
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i have win98 and win2000 on my computer. win 98 shuts down the computer automatically, but win2000 does not. it shows a screen that "it is safe to shutdown safely bla bla bla". i turn it off manually. how can i solve this problem .
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Question by:serdarulutas
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by:daggodt
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try downloading tweakui for win2000. I think you can change some settings there...
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kahlean earned 10 total points
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check ou this link for the instrucrtion to slove your problem]

http://www.winguides.com/registry/display.php/251/
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by:serdarulutas
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thanks, it's right.
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by:kahlean
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but why a B here?

Regards
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by:serdarulutas
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do all answers deserve A? Of course not. if it does, there would't any answer choice such as B or C. am i right.
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