I have a weird problem here that is giving me some headache since the potential trouble it could cause is great. Here is the problem:
When i remove the power cord of a cpu while working, it often makes windows 7 crashes hard.
1- When that happens, Windows 7 by default makes a system restore.
Since we don't want that, we removed this option.
2- Since the sytem restore has been desactivated, Windows 7 reboot over and over again. i have to reinstall. Sometimes, even the safe mode (i think it's the english word) is not working.
This scenario does not happen everytime because sometimes Windows 7 succeeds in "getting back" online. Sadly tough, the first scenario happens often.
I work in a school were the kids have 13-17 years old. Some of them discovered that "Feature" in Windows 7 and they make Windows 7 crashes on purpose and trust me they succeed quite well.
Another concern is that if there is power failure in the school, i'm afraid of what could happens to my Windows 7. Since i have over 100 of them, you can see the reason why i am a little concerned here.
Finally, i asked a technician in another school to remove the power cord of a cpu as a test and it is the same result as me: The computer completely crashed. He had to reinstall.
So my question is this:
Is there a way to make Windows 7 more stable when there is a cold reset? I do not have this problem with XP.
Thank you in advance for your help!