how can you manually schutdown pc

Discussion in 'Windows Desktop Systems' started by raztaman, Jul 20, 2002.

  1. raztaman

    raztaman Guest

    can somebody tell me how you can manually schutdwon xp

    so that you get a screen with you can turn off pc now.

    Because if i dont put this option, then each time i schut down, it restarts automatically.

    Not my pc , somebody elses :D :D
     
  2. Hipster Doofus

    Hipster Doofus Good grief Charlie Brown

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    Are you saying that you have a shut down button but that it restarts only???
     
  3. raztaman

    raztaman Guest

    yeah there is a solution

    yeah there is a solution to make appear a screen when you schutdown your pc and you just have to klick on your button on your case.

    Even in xp i saw it , now i need it, because older pc's with bad advanced power interface , just keep restarting

    hope you know how to do it
    my brother knows , but he is still asleep the basterd

    :D
     
  4. Hipster Doofus

    Hipster Doofus Good grief Charlie Brown

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    Found this

    Creating a ShutdownReboot Icon

    WindowsXP has a program called SHUTDOWN.EXE which allows you to easily create icons to shutdown or restart your computer.
    To create a shutdown shortcut on the desktop:
    1. Right click on an open area of the desktop
    2. Select New / Shortcut
    3. Enter in "shutdown -s -t 00" - no quotes
    4. Press the Next button
    5. For the name, enter in anything you like. Click on the Finish button.
    For a reboot, enter "shutdown -r -t 00"
    Shutdown [{-l|-s|-r|-a}] [-f] [-m [\\ComputerName]] [-t xx] [-c "message"] [-d[p]:xx:yy]
    Parameters
    • -l - Logs off the current user, this is also the defualt. -m ComputerName takes precedence.
    • -s - Shuts down the local computer.
    • -r - Reboots after shutdown.
    • -a - Aborts shutdown. Ignores other parameters, except -l and ComputerName. You can only use -a during the time-out period.
    • -f - Forces running applications to close.
    • -m [\\ComputerName] - Specifies the computer that you want to shut down.
    • -t xx - Sets the timer for system shutdown in xx seconds. The default is 20 seconds.
    • -c "message" - Specifies a message to be displayed in the Message area of the System Shutdown window. You can use a maximum of 127 characters. You must enclose the message in quotation marks.
     
  5. cruiser78

    cruiser78 Me

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    You can make a shortcut that points to shutdown.exe in the c:\windows\system32 directory. In the target box you should have something that looks like this "c:\windows\system32\shutdown.exe -s -t 0". You can download the shortcut I made and then modify it if you need to so that it points to the right drive. If you want to know what the suffixes mean, go to start > run > type "cmd".... at the command prompt, type "shutdown". This will give you a list of the different suffixes available and what they do.
    Hope this helps.

    NM... I started writing this post b4 doofus posted his... so we kinda doubled up. but you still might want to download the shortcut.
     
  6. raztaman

    raztaman Guest

    found a solution

    desktop right mouseclick
    properties
    then background
    energy
    then you can click for apm
    advanced power management and you can disable it

    so from now on this pc wil
    schutdown properly it wil get the screen

    it's safe to turn off pc and then you can manually schut it down

    yeah

    :cool:
     
  7. 2z

    2z OSNN Gamer

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    Had this problem once with 98se it was to do with fast shutdown being enabled -
    Try this...
    Run MSCONFIG
    General tab
    Click Advanced
    Check the box for "disable fast shutdown"
     
  8. scriptasylum

    scriptasylum Moderator

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    Possibly a BIOS setting??.