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Windows 7: disable shutdown

27 Jan 2015   #1
christopher hea

windows vista 32bit
 
 
disable shutdown

this is the mine reason for the intels shall i call it...to wanna meet some where and finally get the best of the best...now here's the deal..problems will make a war joyfully but when that war comes back, do something for me..or the both of us
find out why a question that don't want to be answered would come up in detail by the school you went to..knowing this, is the way of keeping good look for yourself and to be able to be looked at in the state of mind by those who know better of the battle or battles for sport..or reck shall i call it..
in that being so big mouth about it..instead of clearly seeing the mouth that is speaking the word ouch..why would their be a problem with knowing what the auto-shutdown ends up doing to people and there is no way to disable this fun-shunn..get it...? i can't be-leave but who can ...amen


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27 Jan 2015   #2
Brink

64-bit Windows 10 Pro
 
 

Hello Christopher, and welcome to Seven Forums.

I'm afraid that I don't understand what you are saying in relation to disable shutdown, but you might take a look at the tutorials below to see if they may help any for now.
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