• Subject: RE: re Client Access stopping Win95 from shutting down properly
  • From: David Murphy <dmurphy@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 13 Nov 1997 12:48:25 -0800

We have that problem sometimes but I think it only happens on machines that 
have Advanced Power management (machines that actually turn off when you do 
a shutdown in Windows 95) enabled.  The Scandisk issue is a real annoyance, 
but there is a way to turn it off. Don't recall it offhand but if you like 
I'll try to find out what it is.



-----Original Message-----
From:   boothm@ibm.net
Sent:   Wednesday, November 12, 1997 5:39 PM
To:     MIDRANGE-L@midrange.com
Subject:        re Client Access stopping Win95 from shutting down properly

Has anyone had trouble getting their Win95 machines to shut down properly
after installing Client Access?  We've had the problem on two brand new
Gateway Pentium machines and on two older machines, so we feel it is not
related to the new Win95 file system.  Of course after being shut down
hard the next startup requires a complete scandisk and its all a real
bummer.

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Booth Martin
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