Windows 7 Hide Closing screen

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  1. JimO

    JimO New Member

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    Hi I have a Windows7 Home edition. I have programmed a multimedia application which closes Win7 and turnoff computer after 2 hours of running. This is working fine. I have only one question, when closing Win7 you see first a few seconds the Desktop and hereafter some 'closing' screens and the logo of Windows. Is it possible to skip this so the user sees only a black screen and closes windows? If this is possible I want this in a script or axecutable. I hope I explained well because my english is pour.
    Any help would be appreciated also when this is not possible

    Best Regards
     
  2. breeze

    breeze New Member

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    Hi JimO!

    Just give me two minutes and I'll compile an executable file for you. It shuts your monitor during the shutdown process. Sounds good enough?

    ~Brz
     
  3. breeze

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    JimO, I compiled the application for you. It's called "EXMO (aero)", EXecutable MOnitor. If you're going to use this, please add my name to credits ;)

    Here is the link (NOTE: SAVE IT AS "EXMO_Aero.ZIP", NOT "EXMO_Aero.TXT"!!!): http://breeze.0009.ws/EXMO_Aero.txt Can you also send me a copy of your Multimedia application ;D

    ~Brz
     

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