Searched for: "prof shutdown windows"

About 8 results for "prof shutdown windows"

  • seanferd // November 27, 2009, 8:27 AM PST

    Why is my Windows password log-in box acting strange?

    I have a Dell Latitude 600 with Windows XP Professional. First, this is a little long, because I want to give some "background info" as to a few things that happened & what I did, ...

  • // April 24, 2009, 2:55 AM PST

    Remote Desktop Web

    1- i have been using regular RDT for a long time, no problems. i am trying to use Remote Desktop Web, so that i have more flexibility and use less band width. 2- i have followed a...

  • IC-IT // November 16, 2008, 9:23 PM PST

    Windows Xp restart problem

    When ever I shutdown my PC it restarts, i have to cut the power manually, it dose not shutdown. i am using windows XP prof. any ideas how to resolve without formatting...

  • antuck // October 25, 2005, 8:00 PM PST

    No shortcuts

    I have a Windows XP Prof with SP2. After a normal shutdown when I started the computer I can logon but then I get the screensaver picture, no shortcuts, no taskbar. Mouse works fin...

  • gknicks71 // February 24, 2004, 4:26 AM PST

    Windows XP wont shutdown

    My computer will no longer shut down or restart, I need to manualy push the power buttom on my computer to shut it off. I use Win XP prof edition.

  • TechRepublic Staff // May 19, 2003, 9:19 PM PST


    Amongst this disorder, MS gained a fair slice of that network OS market from Novell in SME to large organisations offices. Once again not the industry, since MS created competition...

  • tamj123 // September 20, 2001, 2:14 AM PST

    Automatic Shutdown in Windows 2000

    I have a Sony Vaio desktop running win 2k prof. I have a 40GB EIDE hdd running NTFS. I added a 15GB EIDE drive and have in running a primary NTFS partition. After configuring tha...

  • BJackey13 // July 25, 2000, 11:02 PM PST

    Windows2000 Auto-Shutdown

    This is probably just a registry setting, but can anyone tell me how to alter Win2000 Prof. and Server to power down an ATX machine once it goes to "It is now safe to turn off your...