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    Windows XP crashed while running in fusions... can't shut down
    My windows XP crashed while running on my imac with fusion. All I see is a desktop background... no start button, no icons. It won't shut down, it won't restart. Send ctrl-alt-del does nothing. Even when I quit fusion and start it up again, it will just take me to the same crashed windows desktop.

    Any suggestions?

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    What happened?
    Anyway Start your computer and click on F8.
    Use the arrow keys to select last known good configuration.

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    Quote Originally Posted by davidg14 View Post
    What happened?
    Anyway Start your computer and click on F8.
    Use the arrow keys to select last known good configuration.
    This is in vmware fusion. I can't get out of windows *in fusion*.

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    oops sorry, can't help you then.

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