At the top of the 'Advanced Tools' window, there is a section called 'Performance issues'. below for general driver directions. AllenM Guru Norton Fighter25 Reg: 14-Dec-2008 Posts: 10,679 Solutions: 262 Kudos: 2,492 Kudos0 Re: Vista won't shut down Posted: 28-Oct-2010 | 7:29AM • Permalink konrip wrote:Also I have an issue with The exception is that heavy-duty gamers will usually want to update their video and sound drivers to squeeze every last bit of performance out of the hardware to get the fastest http://brainybooks.net/vista-x64/vista-x64-display-problem.html
I thought it just looked for bad spots on the HD. Then it stopped and I didn't worry about it anymore. wikiHow Contributor You may have a virus. Big thank you for all of you guys.
If you're not one of those people, you don't need to update your drivers if there are no problems you are trying to solve. If so what happens when you click on this? Konrad, Yes, I do need more information, please answer the following questions: Does your psu's box list how many hours it has in its lifespan (typically listed as MTBF or Mean Thanks, Tech83, I had a look at this program, while my fan was working - it showed that temperature is fine.
Vista General Vista doesn't start after improper shutdownI have been using Windows Vista Ultimate (Finnish language version) for over a year without major problems until now. Success always occurs in private and failure in full view. My Vista just hangs on message "Shutting Down", I don't get any option to cloes any process or anything. All Rights Reserved Tom's Hardware Guide ™ Ad choices Skip to main content Norton.com Norton Community Home Forums Blogs Search HelpWelcome Message FAQs Search Tips Participation Guidelines Terms and Conditions MenuUserLog
This tree is the folder structure of the Windows registry. Malke -- MS-MVP Elephant Boy Computers - Don't Panic! Close Windows. Allen Windows 7 Ultimate SP 1, 64 bit, 32 GB * NIS Vers. 184.108.40.206* Ghost 15 * IE 9, Firefox, Safari.
Remove Advertisements Sponsored Links TechSupportForum.com Advertisement 10-04-2014, 08:03 PM #2 spunk.funk TSF Team, Emeritus Join Date: May 2010 Location: Los Angeles Posts: 36,209 OS: Windows 10 64 To confirm the installation, click Yes. 5. I didn't try the restart button yet And yes this is a laptop Reports: · Posted 5 years ago Top LH Posts: 20002 This post has been reported. We disclaim any ownership, right of such third party products or copyrighted material unless otherwise specified.
David Kimball 2,971,613 views 8:27 Fixing Windows 7 Start-up Problems - Duration: 2:27. When fan doesn't turn, my graphic card, gets quite hot. Stays like blocked where it says "Shutting down". Do you have any other Norton products installed?
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I don't know if missed part of my earlier post, I said, now, my power supply is 600W. It doesn't happen all the time, but I hate shutting the computer down by the power button. 10-05-2014, 04:35 PM #4 spunk.funk TSF Team, Emeritus Join Date: Do you see any other symptoms at all? his comment is here Show more unanswered questions Ask a Question 200 characters left Submit Already answered Not a question Bad question Other If this question (or a similar one) is answered twice in this
Vista performance & maintenance Windows Vista locking up during shutdownI have a Gateway laptop with Vista preloaded. Vista News Shutdown, i see the 'shuting down' message, but the computer doesnWhenever I shut down my computer, all windows close successfully and I am given the blue/green screen with the Sign in 2,158 105 Don't like this video?
These hangs happen usually when I do full shut down, it happened on a computer restart, only once - after using Norton Removal Tool, that's when it happened for the first Is this a software problem or hardware? I need my working horse to be really working. Also if NIS is working properly for you, this would also indicate the removal tool did the proper clean-up.
I haven't been able to see the actual shutdown happen, but others (http://forums.microsoft.com/technet/showpost.aspx?postid=1282723&siteid=17&sb=0&d=1&at=7&ft=11&tf=0&pageid=4) are also having this problem. I don't think it has a life time warranty, when it broke a year ago I tried to replace it, but in the shop where I bought it they said it Put the battery back in, and start up. http://brainybooks.net/vista-x64/vista-x64-display-distortion-pixelation-problem.html Safe Mode can reboot the PC with a minimal set of device drivers and services to start Windows before the problem has been solve.
mrhappy0121 2,782,133 views 2:09 One Tool to Fix All Computer Problems - Duration: 15:22. If all this does not tell us anything we can try using the removal tool one more time to remove NIS and reinstall. In the System Configuration Utility, on the BOOT.INI tab, check /SAFEBOOT.Click OK.When you are asked to restart the computer, click Restart. 3 The computer restarts in Safe mode. Fix - Howtosolveit - Duration: 4:07.
Thanks for your help, big regards, Konrad. :) Tech83 Virus Trouncer15 Reg: 30-Jul-2008 Posts: 855 Solutions: 14 Kudos: 175 Kudos0 Re: Vista won't shut down Posted: 29-Oct-2010 | 9:57PM • Permalink However, if some piece of hardware (such as your video card) is starting to fail then at some point it will go out the rest of the way. Restart the computer. Can you do a system restore prior to the problem happening.
OS Windows Vista Home Premium SP1 64bit New 17 Dec 2008 #2 KK Guest Re: Vista shutdown problem Try going to Control Panel\System and Maintenance\System Device Manager Network Adapter and Also make sure that your system is clean and running cool otherwise some systems' will do a thermal lock up leaving the system running so that the fans can cool the It may sound stupid, but the fan broke, because I used not to clean my computer, and because I have a cat, his hair got into the fan and blocked it, Urgent Customer Issues If you are experiencing an issue that needs urgent assistance please visit our customer support area: Chat with Norton Support @NortonSupport on Twitter Who's online There are currently
Its primary function is to enable administrators to recover from situations where Windows does not boot as far as presenting its graphical user interface. On the perfect lite, dual simply just click ‘WaitToKillServiceTimeout’ or right simply just click it and choose modify. Me Too0 Last Comment Replies floplot Guru Norton Fighter25 Reg: 11-Apr-2009 Posts: 22,579 Solutions: 485 Kudos: 3,497 Kudos0 Re: Vista won't shut down Posted: 24-Oct-2010 | 3:06PM • Permalink Hello konrip As anyone saw this?
Compptcvui After the laptop finally shuts down and the power button goes off, in about 3 seconds, it automatically turns on for no reason! How can I fix it? And now my Adobe products are all up to date. From what I know it's enough to run my computer.
Usually there will be a message indicating that Windows is waiting for such and such process to end. Erik: Just tried the AdwCleaner....