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Windows 7 shutdown.exe problem

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I want to automatically restart my PC running W7 HP every two hours..

I tried shutdown -r -t 7200 but it doesn't work.. it would seem 7200 is too large.. I read that the XP shutdown.exe runs under 7 and has no time limit but that doesn't seem to be true either.

Any ideas please?
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works fine here (windows 7 Ult Sp1)
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