HP won't turn off completly

K

Kitanya

Guest
#1
I recently bought a HP a6040n mid tower pc and I'm having a problem.
When I hit either the shut down or the hibernate button it will shut down all right, but then the power button stays on and the fans go full speed. I press the power button again and it comes back on like normal.

I only want my pc to shut down completely.


Here is what my pc has
• 2GB of DDR2 memory
• Intel Core 2 Duo E6320
• Windows Vista Home Premium

I put it a new video card and power supply on it recently too.
My Power Options are on the Energy Star option, on the defaults.


Help please?
 


U

Unregistered

Guest
#2
Re:

Try ti do this:

Got to Control Panel> Performance and Maintenance> Power Option> Advanced
and select "Shut down" in the "When I press the power button on my computer" section.
 


K

Kitanya

Guest
#3
Thanks, but I had tried that already x3;


The problem was fixed, the power supply was acting funny. I thought it had to do something with vista, since I'm still a new user and all.


I still prefer XP over Vista : /
 


U

Unregistered

Guest
#4
first of all is that your ram or is it you capacity cuz my ram has more memory than that and ram isnt know to have over 3 gb and this is a vista not an hp but just dont press the button to turn it off do it from the start menue
 


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