Windows 7 dosn't shut down my computer

Discussion in 'Windows 7 Help and Support' started by eitach, May 14, 2009.

  1. rapapar

    rapapar Senior Member

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    Try that out people, it worked with my P5B-E motherboard. I`m sure thats the key to that problem. No need to digging in your BIOS.
    Thanks a lot for that post mate.
     
  4. Shutting off the firewall works too, can't believe they don't fix this
     
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    I'm not sure how to turn off the firewall interface but am hesitant to turn off the firewall protection. I don't know how to mess with the BIOS.
    I have an Intel processor and not sure if the processor would have anything to do with the problem.
    I had Windows 7 Ultimate RC version and the computer would not shut down completely. It shut down the monitor but the lights and fan kept running on the computer.
    Now I have Windows 7 Ultimate Full Install version. The very first time I installed it, the Windows Shut Down worked; but from then on it quit shutting down and still will not shut down. I have to continually put the computer into "hybernate" instead of using the "shut down" feature. Does Microsoft read these posts to work on a fix? I'm hoping that this gets resolved.
     

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