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My cabinet runs Windows 7 with a HyperSpin shell (via Instant Sheller). I've wired my motherboard's power switch to a button outside my cabinet, and there are two ways that I can shut down my system: Method #1: Quit HyperSpin When I quit HyperSpin, I run a batch file that waits a few seconds and then sends a shutdown command to Windows. I added the delay because HyperSpin doesn't always close right away, which results in a message about how HyperSpin needs to close before Windows can shut down. Method #2: Hit the power switch Windows shuts down when the power button is pressed. However, 50% of the time, I get the message about how HyperSpin still needs to close. I could add the AutoEndTasks registry key to force a shutdown, but I'm concerned that this could corrupt my HyperSpin files. Is there a better way to avoid the "Programs still need to close" message when I hit the power switch?