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Windows 7: win 7 7000 shut down automatically

03 Jul 2009   #1

Windows 7
win 7 7000 shut down automatically

hi guys,
wierd thing happened to me in the last 2 days.

i dont know after how much time but the computer is shuting down automatically and i dont know why.
at first i thought its electric thing but its not that and now i think its because the window.
am i right?
if some1 saw that in his computer please help me to solve that problem.
i have win 7 7000 32bit

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03 Jul 2009   #2
Orbital Shark


Hi CheiFE,

The Windows 7 BETA 7000 will now have started the by-hourly shutdown process, meaning it will shutdown (by design) every 2 hours. This can only be stopped by downloading the release candidate from Microsoft

Windows 7 Release Candidate (you will need a Windows Live id to sign in for the key/download)

Even if the Download hasn't finished when it shuts down, it will continue when you next boot up.

Hope this helps :)

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03 Jul 2009   #3

Windows 7

i c that i had to do clean install and it gave me win 7 rc 7100.
there is a way to save my 7000? i liked that.
and its mean that i need to lose some of my things on my computer
can u tell me what to do to solve it?
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03 Jul 2009   #4
Orbital Shark


Windows Easy Transfer - Transfer To & From Computers

This can be used to create a backup file of all your user files & settings (not applications i'm sorry to say ) but it will allow you to reload your files once you have 7100 installed.
Note   Note
If you have an external/seperate partition then it's easier to save it to there.
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03 Jul 2009   #5

Windows 7

thanks anyway.
i've the installation before and i will install it
thanks for the help
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