August 23, 2011

How to fix windows XP shut down problem.

Windows XP is one of popular operating systems, but one of its common problems is that it cannot shut down correctly, which is actually very frustrating especially at times when you are in hurry. If you are windows XP users and looking for solution to the problem then you are at right place.  In this blog I have tried to explain how to fix windows XP shut down problem.

Steps to Fix windows XP shut down problem

Slow shutdown problem occurs because of bad sectors & file system damage. To fix this problem you need to run the 'Chkdsk' or 'Scandisk' function from the XP recovery CD. Alternatively, you can type the 'CHKDSK /R' command in command prompt for resolving this issue. To avoid slow shutdown problem, you must run defragmentation and CHKDSK function on a regular basis. They will help you to maintain good health of the hard drive.

Device driver problem is also another reason for which Windows XP shutdown problem occurs. Make sure all the device drivers are working properly.

Sometimes, due to systemic problems slow shutdown could occur. To fix  this issue, you can load the computer in the last known good configuration. Load the Windows XP recovery disk and then run a system repair. All the corrupted or deleted files will be restored and it will solve the problem quite efficiently.

Last but not the least, BIOS/CMOS settings problem may also lead to slow shutdown of your Windows XP computer. If you do any tampering with the BIOS and CMOS settings, then it might result a shutdown problem. In order to resolve the issue, you can take help from a Online technical service provider company. 

Feel free to get online technical support to fix your computer problems. Just Call on Toll-Free number(1-866-541-1792) & get 24*7 expert help for online diagnostic and troubleshooting.

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