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Try this: sudo shutdown 0 I have ubuntu and this is how I turn off the system.
Finally, today, I think I've found the root cause. It is my graphics card! I pull out my card and brush off dust and insert back. So far, I have restarted Windows for several times and never get one freeze.
You need to unblock the file: Right click the program Click Properties In the General tab, click the Unblock button
Check if the key board works in bios (google how to get into bios menu on your pc). If it does not work there then most likely it is a hardware issue. If it works in bios ok, firstly Try connecting the keyboard directly to the pc if it is plugged in via a hub. If it does not help try booting from a rescue disk and do a virus scan.
You can reboot via VNC as you normally would when sitting at the computer. The key is to make sure VNC is configured to start automatically when the machine starts up; that way it will come back online when the reboot is finished - from the remote end just reboot, wait a while, then reconnect (if it responds to pings then you can run a continuous ping if ...
Maybe I'm missing something and my answer is too easy... But I have used VNC myself in the past and this is how I would do it... Remote reboot To perform a remote reboot, log into the remote computer with VNC, click on the Apple icon in the menu bar, and choose reboot... Of course, you are disconnected during the reboot process and have to wait for VNC to ...
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