Some users who have upgraded the system to Windows 10 report that they cannot shut down their computer normally. A few things can cause this problem, and I will try to include all of them in this article.
Method 1 – Change the boot order in BIOS
The boot order is a BIOS feature that controls which component of your computer starts first. If your hard drive is not first in order, you may have some problems with starting up as well as shutting down your computer. So to fix this problem, we have to put your HDD hard drive first in the boot order.
Something even simpler, however, is restoring your BIOS values to defaults, as it will definitely set your HDD as the first boot option and also resolve a number of other BIOS problems. To set your BIOS values to the defaults, follow these steps:
- Shut down your computer (you will probably force shut it down, otherwise you won’t read this article)
- Turn it back on and press Del (Or any button enter the BIOS for your computer)
- In the BIOS look for an option that sets your BIOS value to default
- Press the appropriate key, save changes and exit BIOS
When you turn on your computer, you should try to turn it off again and see if there are any changes.
Method 2 – Adjusting Power Settings
If resetting the BIOS values did not resolve the shutdown issue, maybe changing a few power settings will work. Quick start is on by default in Windows 10, and this feature can sometimes cause shutdown problems. So disabling this feature will hopefully solve the problem. Here’s exactly what you need to do:
- Right click on the Start Menu button and go to Power Options
- Select Change what the power button does
- Click on Change settings that are currently unavailable
- Uncheck Turn on Fast Startup
- Click OK
Now try shutting down your computer, and see if the problem is resolved.
Method 3 – Disable or uninstall a certain program or process
It is well known that third-party programs can prevent your computer from shutting down normally. If that’s the case, your computer will tell you which program is preventing it from shutting down, so go and disable or uninstall that program, and your computer should be able to shut it down normally afterwards. The procedure is similar if a certain system process prevents normal shutdowns. However, since the fix is not the same for all processes, you should go online and look for a solution to the problem with a specific Windows process.
Method 4: Use 3rd party support
1. Click this link: http://www.scanwith.com/Autoruns_download.htm Download and install it. (This is a reliable, reliable software). You can keep it for future use if you choose.
Once the download completes, select Autoruns and right-click on it
2. Click on ” extract here ”
3.On the extracted files, click “ autoruns ” application select it and right click, and click “ Open or Run ” and click OK or yes if ptompted by an administrator to complete the installation process. put.
4. when finished, Open or Run ” Autoruns ”
5. In the window that opens click on ” Everything ”
6. On all programs that say ” File not Found ” choose each and every one of them, click one for a while …
7. Right click, and click delete & ok