Be Careful When Shutting Down Windows
We found shutting down Windows to be an event that can easily cause trouble with the other MagicTWIN user. If one user decides to shut the system down, the other console will receive a warning message that shows a 25 second count down. During this period, this console’s user may abort the shutdown process.
If she does not abort, e.g. because of being absent, the system will continue and shutdown as planned. At this point, all files that have not been saved will be lost !
As long as two users are working on the system it makes much sense to confirm restarts or a system shutdown before pressing buttons.
|Intel Processors (Socket 775)|
|800 MHz FSB (Dual DDR)||Intel Pentium 4 Processor 560 (3.6 GHz)|
|Motherboard||Jetway 915P-TWINIntel 915PBIOS 915xbgF5|
|DDR 400||2x 512 MB Corsair CMX512-3200XLrunning at DDR400 (200 MHz)Timings : CL 2-2-2-5|
|Graphics Card||NVIDIA Geforce 6 SeriesGPU : Nvidia Geforce 6800 GTMemory : 256 MB GDDR3-SDRAM|
|Hard Drive||Western Digital WD2500JB250 GB, 8 MB Cache, 7,200 rpm|
|Soundcard||Sound Blaster Live ! Value CT4830|
|DVD/CD-ROM||MSI MS-8216 16x DVD|
|NVIDIA Graphics||Detonator Ver. 61.77|
|Intel Chipset Driver||Installation Utility 22.214.171.1242|
|DirectX||Version : 9c|
|OS||Windows XP Professional, 5.1.2600, Service Pack 1|
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