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Windows XP x64 Shutdown Failure

Postby dmlwZXIxMTE » Tue, 10 Jan 2006 18:05:02 GMT

Hello guys,
I have installed Windows XP x64 Professional and have updated it to the 
FULLEST using Microsoft Update.I have installed Avast Pro v4.6 and Tiny 
Personal FIrewall both are 64bit versions.Windows also updated to dotnet 2.0 
through windows update.When i click on Turn Off,windows saves the settings 
and then restarts.I've tried everything like upgrading my BIOS,installing 
latest drivers for the devices.
Please help.
Regards,

-Navneet

Re: Windows XP x64 Shutdown Failure

Postby Tony Sperling » Tue, 10 Jan 2006 18:19:51 GMT

The issue with the 'shut-down', most likely, is to be put with Avast. It has 
been an issue for many years, so is not expected to go away. Not everybody 
experience this behavior - I do myself, and I still put complete trust in 
the product, one work-around is to 'right-click' the 'A' icon in the 'system 
tray' and chose 'stop on access protection' just before shuting down. O.K. - 
it's a pest, but I like Avast, like no other AV I have tried.

If you cannot live with it, there are alternatives, and the list has been 
growing by a 'monthly' stance, I believe.


Tony. . .









Re: Windows XP x64 Shutdown Failure

Postby mikedepetris@gmail.com » Tue, 10 Jan 2006 19:52:26 GMT

shutdown, avast stop, same problem here.


Re: Windows XP x64 Shutdown Failure

Postby dmlwZXIxMTE » Wed, 11 Jan 2006 00:40:04 GMT

Thanks mike,
It works
Cheers !!
-navneet






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