Computer shutdown script runs automatically when I start the computer.

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When I start the computer, a windows shutdown script runs automatically and after two minutes, it shuts my computer down.

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Answered By 30 points N/A #183406

Computer shutdown script runs automatically when I start the computer.

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Hello Dear,

Dear this is an Auto run script that shuts your computer down.

To get this problem resolved, you have to do these tasks.

Press windows start key + R, it will open run menu. In this Run menu, type “shutdown -a” and then press enter.

It will stop that script.

Now, type “msconfig” it will open Microsoft configuration utility.

Click on start up tab and deselect the auto run script file.

I hope this will remove your problem.

Thanks

 

 

Answered By 70 points N/A #183409

Computer shutdown script runs automatically when I start the computer.

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This is because the Windows shutdown script is enabled, so what you need to do is to disable or remove the script. You can do this by going into the computer configuration policies on the Management Console. Follow the steps below:

1. Click Start> Run> Type MMC and then press OK to launch the Microsoft Management Console.

2. Click the File menu> Add/Remove Snap-in.

3. Click the Group Policy Object on the left pane under the Add or Remove Snap-ins box and then click Add> Finish> OK.

4. Click the Console Root> Local Computer Policy> Computer Configuration> Windows Settings> Scripts (Startup/Shutdown).

5. Double-click the Shutdown on the right pane to launch the Windows Shutdown Scripts and then click the Shutdown Scripts that you want to remove and then click Remove and OK to save the changes you made. 

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