Win7 not shutting down and takes lots of time to install a program

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  1. voses19

    voses19 New Member

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    I installed windows 7 7100 x32 on my laptop (Acer Aspire 5535) and my experience has been great, is just 2 of the most important features are not working or taking lots of time:

    1- The computer is not shutting down: When is going down stucks on the shutting down message and never goes down

    2- Takes so much time when installing any program: I installed my NOD32 x32 and it took around 10 minutes to finish, while on xp and vista tooks lees than a minute, and not only for NOD32... Is with any program I wish to install..... :(

    7 is a great OS so far, may be I am the only one facing these issues... Any help?? word?? update I Miss????

    Grettings;

     
  2. busydog

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    Something is Likely Consuming CPU

    My advice would be to run MSCONFIG from a command prompt and keep everything from running at boot other than your Firewall and Antivirus. See if you can shut down and load things at a reasonable rate. If you can, add thing back to startup one-by-one. If that doesn't work, try a full spyware and antivirus scan.
     
  3. voses19

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    Still not working

    Hi Busydog, I haven't install anything yet into my laptop and there isn't something consuming most of CPU or memory.... The problem happends since I load the OS....... since the beggining Im not able to install a program. My lap has lots of resources available

    Regards;
     
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    Next Step

    OK, open Task Manager and see if there is a process running that is keeping you from shutting down. (Close one at a time while trying to shut down.) I suspect something is running that is keeping you from shutting down. The culprit process probably will guide you to what program is running that shouldn't be running.
     
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    See if Any System Files are Corrupt

    I'd then try (from a command prompt) "SFC /SCANNOW".

    This will make sure that all of your system files are in their original condition and not corrupt. You may have to insert your Win7 DVD.
     
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    It's working now!!, Windows started downloading the automatic updates and then proceeded to install them and after the restart the computer started running totally fine!!!. Now I can Say Windows 7 Rules as a Satisfied useer!!!! Thanks Busydog for all your help
     

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