Forum Search Guidelines Be respectful to others No spam No NSFW content No piracy or key resellers No link shorteners Offensive content will be removed Code of Conduct User Code of Read http://www.theeldergeek.com/shutdown_issues_in_xp.htm Tuesday, February 24, 2009 7:05 PM Reply | Quote 4 Sign in to vote Also,Go to device manager, network adapter, your network card...right click, proparities, power managment. Every time I click shutdown from the start menu it turns off then boots right back up. Edited by BNoobG Wednesday, November 06, 2013 11:55 PM Wednesday, November 06, 2013 8:51 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Finally I fixed it, no longer need to this contact form
I found it's "0" before I changed it to 1. Regardless, on my desktop I don't need either fast start or sleep, so I'm happy and I now have a desktop that actually shuts down. It came back once, after I changed some devices (VGA card and DVD) but the same job solved it again. Or try removing the hardware and uninstalling the driver to see if that helps.The System Log may also give you a clue. additional hints
Once it has reboot the PC to Windows' desktop, shut it down again. It takes less than a minute and is completely free! Thank you Attached Files SF_28-06-2014.zip (507.0 KB, 11 views) My System Specs Computer type Laptop System Manufacturer/Model Number Dell XPS M1530 OS Windows 7 Home Premium 32bit SP1 CPU Intel Core Computer custom built and worked perfectly for about 2 months.
johncar Report Jeci- Mar 30, 2010 at 07:03 AM It seems that it solved mine! Permalink [comment deleted] CPU CPU Cooler Motherboard Memory Storage Video Card Power Supply Case Cooling Case Fans Fan Controllers Thermal Compound Drives Optical Drives Expansion Sound Cards Wired Networking Wireless Networking Check if "allow this device to wake up computer from standby mode" is selected. Computer Restarts Automatically Windows 7 Satwik MahapatraApr 25, 2015, 8:54 AM Well said,thanks man.Will let you know if this problem comes up again.
You may need to reset your BIOS settings if you've changed any from the default values previously.http://dlcdnet.asus.com/pub/ASUS/mb/LGA1155/P8Z68-M_PRO/P8Z68-M-PRO-ASUS-4003.zip Satwik MahapatraApr 23, 2015, 6:48 AM I updated my bios version to 4003 the Windows 7 Restarts Instead Of Shutting Down Annoying as hell. –User101 Dec 28 '15 at 10:16 add a comment| up vote 2 down vote The problem was Windows control panel: Settings > System > "Power & sleep" > I tried moving it to a regular USB port and the beeping stopped, but my keyboard didn't continue to work.
It ended up being a defective power supply. Windows 7 Keeps Restarting At Startup It may also be worth trying to clear the CMOS with the jumpers provided?? I've tried the following before and it worked for once only ... Yükleniyor... Çalışıyor...
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Related: Windows In addition to technology, freelance journalist (and sometimes humorist) Lincoln Spector is a passionate cinephile who writes the Bayflicks.net movie blog. You say you`ve tried everything, but have you tried a simple system restore ? Satwik MahapatraApr 23, 2015, 7:56 AM sorry for my earlier post the pc was not starting up because the rams are not set properly,now its ok pc is starting up properly http://ix2003.com/windows-7/windows-7-auto-shutdown-problem.html NEVER!
It wasn't doing this a few days ago. Computer Shuts Down And Restarts Continuously Now of course all bios settings are set to deafult but after continuing the issue was solved. darkbreezeApr 23, 2015, 9:30 AM If none of that works, reconnect the wires from the front panel and try this:This could be down to the AutoReboot setting kicking in.1.
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Evreytime I turn it off it turns back on, so I've never been able to keep it turned off. This is probably either a faulty or cheap PSU issue or a problem with the motherboard. If it does, we'll try something else, but hopefully that's the end of it. http://ix2003.com/windows-7/computer-hangs-on-shutdown-windows-10.html However I don't believe its even applicable to Windows 7 machines at all.
for some reason when I wiggled the main 24pin connector it restarted my computer! [email protected] Wednesday, October 01, 2014 4:19 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote I had same problem and I tried all sugessions in this forum but result zero. I tried everything on this thread and nothing worked. FATASS CHICKS 172.044 görüntüleme 1:34 How to Speed Up Windows 7 - Süre: 7:10.
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If you already have version 4003 I'd suggest unplugging the power supply from the wall, removing the CMOS battery and pressing the power button for 30 seconds then reinstall the CMOS DEATH COMES SLOW !!! I'd change it back to 0 or we'll never figure it out. It just started happening...
Touch of silicone spray on the button, and no further problems. Glad it worked Satwik, good luck to you.