View shutdown process - possible??

View shutdown process - possible??

Post by John » Sat, 19 Apr 2003 17:03:18

All of a sudden shutdown is taking 5-8 minutes. It never
freezes during the process. Page file clearing is
not "on" either. I would like to see what is going on
during shutdown to see if it is a missing/bad registry
setting, running software, an MS upgrade or security
download, or network activity that is causing the delay.

1. Automate the process of converting many files, is possible, anyway?

I mean...I have lots of files to convert from MPG to ASF.
? Is there a way to make some kind of a list,  and they will be converting
one after another, of course, with the same profile ?
Just start doing one after another, without me around having to wait and
watch hundreds of them....

2. Security sharing

3. Is it possible to load each IE window as a seperate process?

4. disk cleanup wont run

5. Background process is possible?

6. Explorer crash, no error message

7. background process for NT possible?

8. FAT32(W98)-NTFS(NT4)?

9. Windows xp Shutdown process

10. WinXP bootup and shutdown process

11. Automatic shutdown process on IBM ThankPad i1400

12. Diagnosing shutdown process?

13. Process not allowing XP to shutdown