Posted 19 September 2009 - 11:18 AM
I have read the article.
Well the symptoms arent exact !
The symptoms explained on the microsoft site are:
When you shut down your Microsoft Windows XP-based computer, Windows may intermittently stop responding (hang), and you receive the following message:
Saving your settings.
During this time, you may be able to move the pointer, but the computer may not respond when you press CTRL+ALT+DEL.
Whereas i do not recieve any message and computer does respond when i press CTRL+ALT+DEL.
The causes explained on the microsoft site are:
* You have East Asian Language support installed on your Windows XP-based computer and the Input Method Editor (IME) selected as your default input language.
* You have the Welcome screen turned on.
East Asian language support is installed on the computer but i dont know about Input Method Editor.
Also welcome screen is turned off(i think) since i have set autologon.
The turn off problem is there since 10-15 days, it wasnt before.
The article eventually tells to install XP SP3.
So what do you recommend?
Can there be any problems during/after installation of SP3 over SP2 ?