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Windows XP crashed while running in fusions... can't shut down


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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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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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