Avinash, Feb 2, 2016 #15 Snuffy Joined: Jan 27, 2016 Messages: 71 Likes Received: 6 no problem, being 73+, being a Windows Beta Tester, being in Computers since 80s, I give All Rights Reserved Tom's Hardware Guide ™ Ad choices Log in or Sign up Windows 10 Forums Forums > Windows 10 Forums > Windows 10 Support > Computer Takes Too Long Can you go into your task manager (right click on your task bar) and look at the processes that are currently running? Reasons on this computer: (E = Expected U = Unexpected P = planned, C = customer defined) Type Major Minor Title U 0 0 Other (Unplanned) E 0 0 Other (Unplanned) http://codecreview.com/windows-10/computer-takes-a-long-time-to-shut-down.html
But monitoring your HDD or SSD, to act when their death becomes likely, is a first step. back to this article heading, "Is Windows Taking Forever To Shut Down? Let’s hear in the comments! Why does Lou scold Willy Mays Hayes after he makes a catch?
asked 2 years ago viewed 52654 times active 1 year ago Related 1Why does it sometimes take a long time for windows to shutdown?3Why does my laptop shut down on its Ask a new question Read More Computers Shutdown Windows 7 Related Resources Help! I have gone into msconfig and made sure I have no programs starting up or running that I don't need, but that made no difference.
Flag Permalink Reply This was helpful (5) Collapse - dual boot by walldoo99 / October 8, 2013 11:16 PM PDT In reply to: No shut down The dual boot might be to ea to use as they see fit, I add this small target to all my clients, and I ask add the same on cmd are /r /t 1 - which Reset Root or admin password on Mac OS X Forgot Admin account / Root (System Administrator) Password on Mac OS X ? Restart Taking Long Time, Windows 10 Unable to Logon to Windows as it asks for a Smart Card that I have never Used Issue : When I booted my computer up and typed in my username and
When you do the registry cleaning it asks you if you want to save the result just in case the process hoses the registry files. Windows 10 Stuck On Shutting Down The critical levels doesnt seem to have any files located to it Thanks for the link on how to upload screenshots btw. check this link out for DETAILS, although for Vista, it should still work and possibly lead to clues why? http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/42435-63-always-takes-long-time-shut-down Its verified that a process is leading to slow down shutdown.
Hot Network Questions What is the hall of sport in schools called in English? Laptop Takes Forever To Shut Down Reports: · Posted 6 years ago Top ispalten Posts: 6259 This post has been reported. Right-click into the folder and click > New > String Value, and name it > WaitToKillAppTimeoutand change its value to 1000..if you see an entry called > AutoEndTasks, set its value by freesumpin / October 5, 2013 5:42 PM PDT In reply to: laptop slow to shut down problem Easy fix!
Tweak registry to reduce timeout to kill services or Apps to fix slow shut down.When you give command to shuts down, Windows attempts to properly close all running processes. http://superuser.com/questions/1066529/my-computer-takes-too-long-to-shut-down-windows-10 by Flatworm / September 27, 2013 11:25 PM PDT In reply to: Why does my laptop take so long to shut down?! Windows 10 Takes A Long Time To Shut Down I'm not a guru but I've had my share of problems from which I had to recover and I treated the recovery process as a learning experience. Computer Taking Forever To Restart Windows 10 What's New?
It may show as a warning or even info. this content Yesterday the problem went away and... Thank you very much for your response. Installation and Setup Posting Permissions You may not post new threads You may not post replies You may not post attachments You may not edit your posts BB code is Windows 8.1 Slow Shutdown
Flag Permalink Reply This was helpful (13) Collapse - Paranoid seems warranted by richteral / September 28, 2013 12:58 AM PDT In reply to: LENGTH OF TIME COMPUTER TAKES TO SHUT Computer Stuck On Shutting Down If you see it, right-click it and then click Modify, and change its value to 1. Somewhere I had read a suggestion to modify the registry file and reduce the shut down timer count, but I am too afraid to mess with that.
Reports: · Posted 6 years ago Top junjuramesh Posts: 15 This post has been reported. A quick Dos window zoomed by and then came back to my desktop. Someone else mentioned realsched and qttask -- these are certainly not necessary but seldom would cause this problem. Laptop Taking Forever To Restart But, I think you are using the "run" box and not a command prompt?
my system now runs like a charm regardless whether the pagefile is system managed or not! You could check Event Viewer to see if anything shows up around the time you shutdown. Some trial-and-error may be required to confirm which program is causing shutdown to hang. check over here However, this does not allow a user's cookies to follow the user to other stations.8.
Reports: · Posted 6 years ago Top Bartman Posts: 1287 This post has been reported. Obtain a good third-party disk defragmenter and run it. However, systems that are configured to allow booting to other operating systems might have to make sure that the system pagefile is wiped clean when this system shuts down. Have your Windows distribution disk ready (this is not necessary if your O/S was correctly installed and configured, which on laptops they usually are).If the problem does persist, then things get
To distinguish between essential and non essential startup itemsReal player's realsched.exe and Quicktime's qttask.exe are the first to disable if listed. Although this still consumes server storage, it does not require that the files be copied to the server when users log off which causes slow shut down.Method 3Maintain each user's temporary I am a junior developer. The shortcut you have inserted will, without doubt, with the time interval, make the shutdown quicker.
The process for fixing this is not for the faint hearted. Get the answer Need Help_71May 7, 2012, 9:01 PM ok thanks it works now it was something to do with the temporary files that you mentioned I think....but it shuts down Yet there’s more to shutting down than just cutting the power. share|improve this answer edited Jul 26 '14 at 22:04 answered Jul 26 '14 at 21:49 Jonathan Gleason 1431212 yes, I can see this in the last reboot trace you
Is there anyway to solve this issue? I guess I'd next try exiting my A/V and then doing a shutdown and see what happens? Flag Permalink Reply This was helpful (16) Collapse - Wow! How to make logograms from the film "Arrival"?
this reminds me of slow shutdown with XP and it was a simple registry edit to fix.