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    paul
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    How To Fix The Windows 7 Shutdown Sleep Problem?

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    paul
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    To overcome the Windows 7 shutdown sleep problem, you have to make your computer boot by using a Command Prompt on the C drive. So you can use the command prompt by typing “msconfig” on the C drive and then pressing the “Enter” key. You can now enter the command line and then change the boot order of your PC. Now, make sure you should specify the correct entry as Windows won’t recognize the files as valid unless you name them accordingly. As soon as you are done, click on the “Apply” button and then “OK”. Now, close the Command Prompt window and restart your computer. You should now be able to boot up.

    Just type “bootrec.exe” and press the “Enter” key. If your PC doesn’t boot up, then your BIOS may not be installed properly or it may not be compatible with the Windows 7. The good news is that you can still fix the problem by installing the “Microsoft Support CD”. You can download this from the Microsoft website. Just follow the directions provided by the Microsoft Support CD and you should be able to solve the problem. You may also try the other popular methods like “reinstalling Windows”reinstalling your computer”.

    If you find yourself stuck with the problem of Windows 7 shutdown sleep problem after you downloaded the Microsoft Support CD, then you should try to download the Windows Recovery CD. This is the third option that you can choose from. Just insert the CD into your computer and then click on the “Wipe” option. When the process is complete, you can now reboot your computer.

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